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    Transforming an equation of a surface p =sin(theta)sin(phi) to Cartesian coordinates.

    The title is pretty self explanatory, I also have to identify what this surface is.

    Note also that the conversion is from spherical to Cartesian coordinates.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Undefdisfigure View Post
    The title is pretty self explanatory, I also have to identify what this surface is.

    Thanks.
    multiply though by \rho, the rest should be simple
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