anonymous
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The equation of a surface in spherical coordinates is rho^2(1+2cos^2(phi))=1 Identify this surface; what is its Cartesian equation
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anonymous
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I know that we have to convert from spherical to Retangular or Cartesian and the transformati9on equations are : rho= sqrt(x^2+y^2+z^2) tan theta = y/x cos phi = z/p But i don't know how to apply it to the equation given because pieces seem to be missing
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thank you
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ahhh! i see now
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many thanks :)!
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no problem

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