so what i am concerned about here is simply setting up the correct bounds. if i do that right, i know how to integrate just fine.
i need to find the bounds for the hemisphere given by x^2 + y^2 + z^2 = 16 and z>=o
solving for z, i get z= root(6-x^2-y^2. )
i believe that is a sphere, right?
so a sphere that lies above (or with the bottom directly on xy plane) with radius of 4.
so my bounds for 0<roe<4
theta is the angle on the xy plane, and since it's a sphere, it goes all the way around, from 0 to 2pi.
and for phi, that goes from the z axis down to the y axis. and since it can't go below the y axis into the negative z, (because z>=0), that would mean the max is pi/2.
so is that correct for my bounds?
i don't quite understand this, but i'm trying to picture this 3 dimensionally. anyway, if i am wrong, could someone point out where i am going wrong? thank you