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Implied volume. One of the easiest tricks is to fool your eyes, and therefore your brain, by using a picture of something that has a volume. This can make you believe that the difference between two values is much bigger than it actually is, because your brain interprets the picture as having volume. If you look at our page on Volume, you will realise that it is a cubic measurement, and is therefore much bigger than simple surface area.

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