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j814wong Group Title

Convert θ=3pi/2 to a rectangular equation please.

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    you mean from "polar " form? you have a line i believe, through the origin. all you need is the slope

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    whnever we are presented with a constant value, the tends to mean we get a line

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    tan 3pi/2 tends to be the slope for this

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    do you know how to find the slope fo that line?

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    yeah, that will do it!

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    since slope = y/x and tan = y/x they tend to be synonymous

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    This was all the info given

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    yes, it was

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    you have all the information you need to construct it now. at which point are you having troubles with?

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    oh I see now. Thanks!

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