I'm taking a Calc III Course and I want to know if anyone out there can help me with a few conceptual ideas. I know how to do the math but I am missing the conceptual idea of it.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Why should/do we we parametrize?

Why should/do we convert to Polar or Cylindrical?

These basic ideas should be easy enough for me at this point but for some reason I keep mixing things up. I tried to searching the web and other sources but I keep finding information on the actual process, and they all pass the big idea I am looking for. Idk maybe I'm not the best at searching these things...

Thanks in advance. I really appreciate it

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# Calculus III - Conceptual Help

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