A Spherical Wedge is a three-dimensional object that resembles a piece of pie cut from a sphere. It is defined by two spherical caps and a wedge-shaped portion in between them. The shape of a spherical wedge is determined by the radius of the sphere and the angle of the wedge.

The surface area of a spherical wedge is the area on a sphere surrounded by two half circles that meet at antipodal points. The curved surface is called a spherical lune.

Real-life examples of objects with similar shapes to a spherical wedge include a slice of watermelon, a piece of pizza, and a sliced orange.

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The formula for determining the surface area of a spherical wedge is defined as: