anonymous
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Convert the coordinates to polar cordinates: (1,1)
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anonymous
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nkili after you help her can you help me on my latest q?
anonymous
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( \[(\sqrt{2}, \pi/4)\]
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duke can u help with my q?
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1^2 + 1^2 = r^2 r^2 = 2 \[r=\sqrt{2}\] \[\theta=\tan^{-1} (1)=pi/4\] Since a polar coordinate is (r, theta), it is \[(\sqrt{2}, \pi/4)\]
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