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You can make the substitution and notice that this does not change the Jacobian. That leaves us with the unit sphere to work with:
To solve the integral you need to start integrating with respect to once you switch to spherical coordinates.
how mathematickly calculate the yacobean
from u ,v ,w to spherecal coordinates
Originally Posted by transgalactic how mathematickly calculate the yacobean
from u ,v ,w to spherecal coordinates Look it up in your textbook or class notes (or go to a library and get an appropriate textbook if you don't have one).
i dont have it in my text bok
the actual transition
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