# Spherical coordinates

#### moneyjane

After converting a surface over the region that $$\rho$$=sin$$\phi$$cos$$\theta$$/a + sin$$\phi$$sin$$\theta$$/b + cos$$\phi$$/c
I also have that this region is equal to 1.

I cant seem to get anywhere..

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#### sutupidmath

After converting a surface over the region that $$\rho$$=sin$$\phi$$cos$$\theta$$/a + sin$$\phi$$sin$$\theta$$/b + cos$$\phi$$/c
I also have that this region is equal to 1.

I cant seem to get anywhere..
And your question is?

#### moneyjane

haha sorry. i meant to ask how would i get the range for p.

#### HallsofIvy

Science Advisor
Homework Helper
Well, $\rho$ can't be less than 0. What is the maximum value of $\rho$?

the max is one.

#### CFDFEAGURU

Moneyjane,

Could you show your work to get to the maximum of 1 ?

Thanks

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