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if a metric like ##ds^2=dr^2+r^2d\theta^2+r^2\sin^2\theta d\phi^2 ## is given, we know it corresponds to a sphere in spherical coordinates .

if you are given an arbitrary metric with two variables for example ##ds^2=\frac{du^2}{u}+dv^2## is ther guarenteed to be a surface embedded in ##R^3## associated with the metric? could a surface be found using python?

if you are given an arbitrary metric with two variables for example ##ds^2=\frac{du^2}{u}+dv^2## is ther guarenteed to be a surface embedded in ##R^3## associated with the metric? could a surface be found using python?