I found this surprising. What’s the volume of a ball of radius 1 in various dimensions?
In one dimension it’s a line segment of length 2.
In two dimensions it’s a unit disc in the plane, with area π.
In three dimensions it’s a unit ball with volume 4π/3.
Intuitively we might expect the number to keep rising. But it doesn’t!
In fact it peaks at five dimensions, and it drops quite sharply after that. In 20 dimensions the volume is only 0.026, and the limiting value is zero. Wikipedia explains the math.