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Does there exist a compact hyperbolic manifold (i.e.,all sectional curvatures are -1) with the same volume as the round-sphere of the same dimension? Does such a manifold exist for any dimension greater than four?

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Do you mean the unit sphere, the sphere of constant curvature 1? – Robert Haraway Jul 13 '11 at 3:11

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