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## Cartesian to Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical coordinates are written in the form (ρ, θ, φ), where, ρ represents the distance from the origin to the point, θ represents the angle with respect to the x-axis in the xy plane and φ represents the angle formed with respect to the z-axis. Spherical...

## Spherical to Cartesian coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Spherical coordinates have the form (ρ, θ, φ), where, ρ is the distance from the origin to the point, θ is the angle in the xy plane with respect to the x-axis and φ is the angle with respect to the z-axis. These coordinates can be transformed to Cartesian coordinates...

## Spherical Coordinates – Formulas and Diagrams

A coordinate system is defined as a way to define and locate a point in space. The most widely used three-dimensional coordinate system is the Cartesian system, which has the form (x, y, z). However, there are alternative systems that may be more convenient depending...

## Cylindrical coordinates – Formulas and diagrams

Coordinate systems can be defined as ways of locating points in space. In three-dimensional space, the Cartesian coordinate system has the form (x, y, z). However, this system is not always the most convenient, so we have alternative coordinate systems. One of these...

## Cartesian to Cylindrical Coordinates – Formulas and Examples

Cylindrical coordinates are an alternate three-dimensional coordinate system to the Cartesian coordinate system. Cylindrical coordinates have the form (r, θ, z), where r is the distance in the xy plane, θ is the angle of r with respect to...