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Set up the triple integral for the volume of the given solid using spherical coordinates:

The solid bounded below by the sphere ρ=6cosθ and above by the cone z=sqrt(x^{2}+y^{2})

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I thought i had this set up right where ρ goes from 6cosθ to sqrt(3)/2 ( how i got sqrt(3)/2 was by z=sqrt(x^{2}+y^{2}is th esame as ρcos∅=ρsin which means ∅=pi/4 plugging that into ρ=6cosθ, gives me sqrt3/2) i don't know if this is right but for ∅ it goes from 0 to pi/4 and for θ it goes from 0 to 2pi

thanks in advance

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# Homework Help: Spherical Coordinates

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