I don't know why I can't figure this out. How would you write z=x^2-y^2 in cylindrical coordinates? I know that obviously if it were x^2+y^2 you would simply have z=r^2...

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- Oct 11th 2007, 09:32 AMmugsy777[SOLVED] cylindrical coordinates...
I don't know why I can't figure this out. How would you write z=x^2-y^2 in cylindrical coordinates? I know that obviously if it were x^2+y^2 you would simply have z=r^2...

- Oct 11th 2007, 09:41 AMJhevon
- Oct 11th 2007, 11:12 AMtukeywilliams
Cylindrical Coordinates are of the following form: $\displaystyle (r, \theta , z) $