# Cylindrical & Spherical Coordinates: Definition, Equations & Examples Video

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### A point P has Cartesian coordinates (3,-4,10). What is the spherical r coordinate of this point?

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### 2. Which of the following is valid set of spherical coordinates of a point?

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This assessment will test your understanding of cylindrical and spherical coordinates. Yes, just when you thought you've mastered the x-y axes of the two-dimensional coordinate plain, you learn that things are about to get more complicated.

## Quiz & Worksheet Goals

With this assessment, you will test your understanding of:

• Spherical r coordinates
• Cylindrical r coordinates
• Spherical coordinates of points
• Cartesian coordinates
• Euclidean distances

## Skills Practiced

A few of the skills you will need to complete this assessment include:

• Interpreting information - verify that you can read information regarding cylindrical and spherical coordinates and interpret it correctly
• Knowledge application - use your knowledge to identify Cartesian coordinates of points
• Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to calculate Euclidean distances
• Problem solving - apply what you've learned to several practice math problems involving coordinates