Hi everyone, I'm no mathematician and I've found myself a bit stuck with this problem. I have a sphere with a radius of one centred at the origin, and two straight lines that run through the centre. I also know, in spherical coordinates, the angles phi (horizontal rotation) and theta (vertical rotation) of each of those lines. These two lines define a circular plane within the sphere and I want to calculate the angle to each of those lines from some zero reference in the circular plane. I figure the obvious references are theta = pi/2 (because I'm not going to have a case where theta = 0 or pi) and phi = 0. However, I'm a bit stumped on how to calculate my angles from one of these references. Anyone have any ideas? Hopefully that makes sense. Thanks.