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  • 5 years ago

Find the rectangular coordinates for the point whose polar coordinates are given. (√3, -5π/3)

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  1. anonymous
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    lols

  2. anonymous
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    so -5pi/3 is equal to pi/3

  3. anonymous
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    but better check with someone else before u enter

  4. anonymous
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    so x= sqrt(3) cos(pi/3) , y= sqrt(3) sin(pi/3) x= (1/2)sqrt(3) , y = (3/2)

  5. anonymous
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    but dont enter yet lols

  6. anonymous
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    haha.. ok

  7. anonymous
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    u tell me when to

  8. anonymous
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    it looks correct, you want check it yourself if you want, bit of practice in going the other way

  9. anonymous
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    plot the point, and then try to convert it to polar form , if you get what you started with then its right ( assuming no silly algebra mistakes )

  10. anonymous
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    yeah, it's right :O

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