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There's a sphere in all degrees of which there are smaller spheres, and thus forming a bigger sphere.

"In all degrees of which" sounds non-idiomatic. I think it's correct and it's easy to understand what it means from the context, but there's a more succinct way to say it, but I don't know how.

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    I can't form an image of the construction you're trying to describe. Could you provide a sketch? Mar 9, 2019 at 14:09

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As an alternative, I would say:

There is a sphere at all degrees, there are smaller spheres, thus forming a larger sphere.

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