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DavidSnider

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## Main Question or Discussion Point

This is not homework, just a toy problem I was thinking about.

Let's say you have two spheres, one larger than the other. The center of the smaller sphere is placed on the surface of the larger sphere. How would you find the volume of the intersection?

Let's say you have two spheres, one larger than the other. The center of the smaller sphere is placed on the surface of the larger sphere. How would you find the volume of the intersection?