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The matrix components are these dot products.I understand the dot product ofe_{i}.e_{j}, but I can't find the matrix components.

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[tex]x=r\ sin\theta\ cos\phi[/tex]

[tex]y=r\ sin\theta\ sin\phi[/tex]

[tex]z=r\ cos\ \theta[/tex]

into

[tex]dx^2+dy^2+dz^2[/tex]

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Thank you. But you you gave x, y and z in spherical coordinates, according to your last expression, I need dx, dy and dx in spherical coordinates.

[tex]x=r\ sin\theta\ cos\phi[/tex]

[tex]y=r\ sin\theta\ sin\phi[/tex]

[tex]z=r\ cos\ \theta[/tex]

into

[tex]dx^2+dy^2+dz^2[/tex]

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do the derivativesThank you. But you you gave x, y and z in spherical coordinates, according to your last expression, I need dx, dy and dx in spherical coordinates.

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