Hey guys, could one of you explain why when doing a volume integral using spherical polar coordinates, you have the limits as 2 pi to 0 on phi but only pi to 0 on theta? Thanks.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

To clarify, I've been doing this all this time for questions, but it just occured to me that I Don't know why i do that .

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# Volume Integrals of a sphere

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