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anonymous

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Is there a general way to figure out the triple integral when converting rectangular to spherical? I'm having figuring out what phi, roe, and theta range from.

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    What is the cause of your problem?

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    Just how to do it in general. Finding the bounds of phi, roe, and theta are the problem.

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    Is there an idea you have as to how to start solving this problem?

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