Calculate the volume of the solid that lies within above the xy=plane and below Having trouble visualizing what that cone would look like.
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It should look something like this: I would convert to polar co-ordinates. EDIT: Scratch that.
Last edited by ANDS!; June 2nd 2010 at 09:29 PM. Reason: Wrong strategy. . .
Originally Posted by ANDS! It should look something like this: I would convert to polar co-ordinates. EDIT: Scratch that. Thanks though. Yeah I was considering spherical, my trouble is obtaining the angle phi for the cone.
It resembles a snowball. you can finish up from here to find phi?
Last edited by 11rdc11; June 2nd 2010 at 11:12 PM.
Originally Posted by 11rdc11 It resembles a snowball. you can finish up from here to find phi? Sorry I am not sure how to solve that last line. With phi solved would the volume then be described by this:
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Sorry I am not sure how to solve that last line. With phi solved would the volume then be described by this:
Originally Posted by Em Yeu Anh Calculate the volume of the solid that lies within above the xy=plane and below Having trouble visualizing what that cone would look like. , restricted to the xz-plane so that y= 0, is , two lines with slopes . In spherical coordinates, then, . Blast! 11rdc11 beat me again!
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