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How can I derive the volume of a spherical cap by integration and using the Cartesian coordinate system.

The sphere is located at the (0,0,0) coordinates and its radius is set to r. The height of the cap is also set to (r-h).

I googled a lot but I couldn't find it.

I would be enormously grateful if you could help me.

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# The volume of a spherical cap by integrating and using Cartesian coordinates

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