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# B. Consider now the vector field F() = (22 + yP)i + 2k _ where 2 = ci +yj + zk. Express F(E) in a spherical coordinate system: Namely: F() = F(r,0 ,o)7 (z) + Folr,9...

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###### B. Consider now the vector field F() = (22 + yP)i + 2k _ where 2 = ci +yj + zk. Express F(E) in a spherical coordinate system: Namely: F() = F(r,0 ,o)7 (z) + Folr,9,0)0 () + Fo(r,9,0)o(w). You may use only the following definitions: x = r sin 0 cos $y = r sin 0 sin$ 2 = r COS 0and:r(z) = sin 0 COS $& + sin 0 sin$ j + cos 0 k 0 (2) cos 0 COS 0 i + cos 0 sin $j sin 0 k$(z) = _ sin $i + COS 0 j B. Consider now the vector field F() = (22 + yP)i + 2k _ where 2 = ci +yj + zk. Express F(E) in a spherical coordinate system: Namely: F() = F(r,0 ,o)7 (z) + Folr,9,0)0 () + Fo(r,9,0)o(w). You may use only the following definitions: x = r sin 0 cos$ y = r sin 0 sin $2 = r COS 0 and: r(z) = sin 0 COS$ & + sin 0 sin $j + cos 0 k 0 (2) cos 0 COS 0 i + cos 0 sin$ j sin 0 k $(z) = _ sin$ i + COS 0 j  #### Similar Solved Questions

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