A section of a sphere is shown here. What is the surface vector d_s2 (pointing outwards from surface 2)? phi RdRd theta R R^2sin(theta)d theta d phi theta R sin(theta)dRd phi not defined in the coordinate system shown Integrate d_s2 over surface 2 to find S_2, the area of surface 2. S_2 = If you were asked to find the volume of the section of sphere shown, what would be the limits of integration of the volume integral? You don’t need to do the calculation. Angles are given in degrees here, don’t worry about converting to radians. R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 0 to 60 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from -1 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 180 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, z from 0 to 1

37 3 - A section of a sphere is shown here. What is the surface vector d_s2 (pointing outwards from surface 2)? phi RdRd theta R R^2sin(theta)d theta d phi theta R sin(theta)dRd phi not defined in the coordinate system shown Integrate d_s2 over surface 2 to find S_2, the area of surface 2. S_2 = If you were asked to find the volume of the section of sphere shown, what would be the limits of integration of the volume integral? You don't need to do the calculation. Angles are given in degrees here, don't worry about converting to radians. R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 0 to 60 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from -1 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 180 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, z from 0 to 1

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images - A section of a sphere is shown here. What is the surface vector d_s2 (pointing outwards from surface 2)? phi RdRd theta R R^2sin(theta)d theta d phi theta R sin(theta)dRd phi not defined in the coordinate system shown Integrate d_s2 over surface 2 to find S_2, the area of surface 2. S_2 = If you were asked to find the volume of the section of sphere shown, what would be the limits of integration of the volume integral? You don't need to do the calculation. Angles are given in degrees here, don't worry about converting to radians. R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 0 to 60 degree, theta from 0 to 90 degree R from -1 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, theta from 0 to 180 degree R from 0 to 1, phi from 60 to 90 degree, z from 0 to 1

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