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[tex]\int e^{-i\vec{x}\vec{k}} \frac{q}{|\vec{x}-\vec{x'}|}d^3x[/tex]

A push in the right direction would be appreciated.

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[tex]\int e^{-i\vec{x}\vec{k}} \frac{q}{|\vec{x}-\vec{x'}|}d^3x[/tex]

A push in the right direction would be appreciated.

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Introduce the variable [tex]{\vec r}={\vec x}-{\vec x}'[/tex].

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Change from Cartesian to spherical coordinates.

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It was not in Cartesian coordinates.

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d^3x usually just means the volume differential, not necessarily in cartesian coords.

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