Can some one give me a hand on how I can derive the P2sinø Jacobian in the spherical system. Thanks
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Originally Posted by MarianaA Can some one give me a hand on how I can derive the P2sinø Jacobian in the spherical system. Thanks i'm not exactly sure what you're asking here. maybe this will help
Originally Posted by MarianaA Can some one give me a hand on how I can derive the P2sinø Jacobian in the spherical system. Thanks When you have the triple integral: You want to redifine it by letting, So the Jacobian is: This simplifies to, But when you change coordinates you need to take of the Jacobian which is: .
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker When you have the triple integral: You want to redifine it by letting, So the Jacobian is: This simplifies to, But when you change coordinates you need to take of the Jacobian which is: . oh, ok.
Originally Posted by ThePerfectHacker When you have the triple integral: You want to redifine it by letting, So the Jacobian is: This simplifies to, But when you change coordinates you need to take of the Jacobian which is: . Thanks
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