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I have a question. How would you find the area and volume of a figure (enclosed figure) without an equation? For example, like finding the area or volume of a lake or the area and volume of a figure with curves that can't be described with an equation. Do you use something like path integrals and multiple integrals?

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# Area/Volume of a blob

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