## How to convert velocity potential from polar form to Cartesian coordinate form!

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Alright, here's the question, A stream function for a plane, irrotational, polar-coordinate flow is ψ=9r^2sin^θ. Find out the velocity potential in Cartesian Co-ordinate!

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3. The attempt at a solution
Well, I can easily find out the velocity potential in Polar co-ordinates but then how do I convert it to Cartesian Co-ordinates?

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 Well I did try searching for it in Fox&Mcdonald(the book that I follow), I didn't find it there, maybe I have overlooked it but anyways could you please give me a link or type the formulas here. Thank You.

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## How to convert velocity potential from polar form to Cartesian coordinate form!

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