Lukecrayonz
Convert from rectangular equation to polar form: x=a



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@Hero you're the man for this

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@saifoo.khan :D?

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A question @saifoo.khan cannot solve?!?!?!?!?!?!?!

saifoo.khan
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Lol, for real i can't. sorry.
But i can ask for help from others
@Callisto

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I am blown away.

saifoo.khan
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i never studied polar thing otherwise i would have helped. :D

Callisto
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Neither did I... I've just learnt polar coordinates, and that's it. Sorry :(

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@SUROJ

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:( @Callisto

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rcos(theta)=a

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Got it.

saifoo.khan
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i have no idea how you get that thing/ sowwie.

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xcos(theta)=r and ysin(theta)=r in polar coordinates

Hero
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I am? I don't remember doing anything.