So I am new to calculus, and have been playing around with integration and differentiation. I have learned that integrating and deriving formulas, you get other formulas that can be used, like integrating surface area of a sphere to get volume. I was wondering why this is, and what limits you from continuing to integrate on and on. For example, you can integrate the surface area of a sphere, but integrating the volume of a sphere doesnt get you anything.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Integration/Differentiation of Formulas

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