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How from these 1D uniform random variable, we can create a uniform random variable upon the shell of a sphere?

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How from these 1D uniform random variable, we can create a uniform random variable upon the shell of a sphere?

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To get a unified spherical surface random variable you need to do the following:

Given Y and teta are unified random variables each.

The random variable F(Y, teta) = (Sqrt(r^2-Y^2)*sin(teta), Y, Sqrt(r^2-Y^2)*cos(teta))

Gives a unified sphere surface random variable.

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