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convert the rectangular equation to polar form. assume a is less than 0. x=10

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oh, the equation, not the point lol
yeah haha could you please show the work? thank you

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r cos(t) =10 r = 10/cos(t)
where did u get t from?
well, x = r cos(t) thats just by definition
so, r cos(t) = 10 is a direct translation to polar form
do you mean theta?
i dont think I did the divide right tho
yes; t = theta ... it really doesnt matter what you call it, it never comes when called
ohh ok thanks i was just checking because i was confused. anyways so the answer is r=10/cos theta
maybe, i cant remember if the divide by 0 applies to mess things up with
im not sure either its quite confusing
I know to get a straight line; which is what x=10 is; you keep the theta a constant... but id have to read up on it again
i think tthe answer is right because some of my other answers ended with r=///// so it should be right hold on no the answer is r=10 sec theta
how do you get secant?
r = sec and 1/cos are the same thing
\[sec = \frac{1}{cos}\]
\[\frac{10}{cos}=10 sec\]
i see thanks so much for your explanations
youre welcome :)

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