Supplementary mathematics/Volume integral

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The three-dimensional integral, also known as the three-dimensional definite integral or volume integral, is an extension of the ordinary integral to three-dimensional space. It is often preferred to solve problems in three-dimensional space in dimensional spatial geometry, such as finding the center of mass, moments of inertia or the volume of a solid region under a curve and the exact volume of geometric volumes.