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Calculus II - Practice Problems
 Vectors Previous Chapter Cylindrical Coordinates Previous Section

## Spherical Coordinates

For problems 1 & 2 convert the Cartesian coordinates for the point into Spherical coordinates.

1.    [Solution]

2.   [Solution]

3. Convert the Cylindrical coordinates for the point  into Spherical coordinates. [Solution]

4. Convert the following equation written in Cartesian coordinates into an equation in Spherical coordinates.

[Solution]

For problems 5 & 6 convert the equation written in Spherical coordinates into an equation in Cartesian coordinates.

5.    [Solution]

6.   [Solution]

For problems 7 & 8 identify the surface generated by the given equation.

7.   [Solution]

8.   [Solution]

Problem Pane
 Cylindrical Coordinates Previous Section Vectors Previous Chapter

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