## How to plot the spherical coordinates of a point?

In spherical coordinates, the location of a point P can be characterized by three coordinates: The relationship between the Cartesian coordinates ( x, y, z) of the point P and its spherical coordinates ( ρ, θ, ϕ) are: Plot the point P using plot3.

## How to plot the Cartesian coordinates of a point?

The relationship between the Cartesian coordinates ( x, y, z) of the point P and its spherical coordinates ( ρ, θ, ϕ) are: Plot the point P using plot3. You can adjust the location of the point by changing the values of rho, theta, and phi. Plot the line projection of the point P onto the z -axis and the x y -plane using fplot3.

**Which is the default coordinate system for plotting?**

The default coordinate system for all three dimensional plotting commands is the Cartesian coordinate system. The coords option allows the user to alter this coordinate system.

### How to plot the line projection of a point?

Plot the line projection of the point P onto the z -axis and the x y -plane using fplot3. Plot the planes that show the span of the azimuthal angle θ and the polar angle ϕ.

### What is the range of the variable sphericalplot3d?

SphericalPlot3D [ r, θ, ϕ] takes to have range 0 to , and to have range 0 to . The , , position corresponding to , , is , , . The variables and can have any values.

**Why are the three integrals of a spherical coordinate simpler?**

The fact that our boundary includes the condition is a description of the distance between points of our region and the origin. Since the spherical coordinate expresses precisely this idea, we can feel confident that describing the boundary of our region using will make the bounds of our three integrals simpler than if we did so in terms of , and .