How do you find the spherical coordinates of the following problem?

4-2 4-2-y2
zVa2y dzdydx
2. Convert to spherical coordinates and evaluate:
-2 0

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4-2 4-2-y2 zVa2y dzdydx 2. Convert to spherical coordinates and evaluate: -2 0

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