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WannabeNewton

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So my current situation is that I can find the jacobian matrix for a transformation from spherical to cartesian coordinates and then take the inverse of that matrix to get the mapping from cartesian to spherical. But this inverse matrix has sin, cos terms etc. I was hoping if someone could give me the jacobian matrix for cartesian to spherical directly using: the functions of the cartesian coordinates to give the spherical coordinates. I cannot find it anywhere online as every site simply has it in the inverse matrix form and I have no way of really checking myself.