I am stuck on trying to convert this. I am stuck since I can find any values for theta or phi.
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$y=\rho \sin \theta \sin \varphi$ $z=\rho \cos \theta$ Plugging in: $\rho=\tan^{1/5} \theta \sec \theta \sin^{1/5} \varphi$
confused. isn't z=pcos(phi)? But , i got the answer by switching the the theta and phi. Thanks though!
Last edited by lc99; Oct 30th 2018 at 10:46 AM.
Originally Posted by lc99 confused. isn't z=pcos(phi)? Yes, it was a typo. I am not sure why it would be confusing. Typos happen from time to time. $$\rho = \sin^{1/5} \theta \sec \varphi \tan^{1/5} \varphi$$
Just making sure! I had to google cause im still unfamiliar with the coordinate system. Thank you !