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Preetha Group Title

What are polar coordinates?

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    when co-ordinates are shown in magnitude as well as angle ,unlike cartesian co-ordinate where only magnitude is shown

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    instead using x,y rectangular coordinates to identify a point on a plane, you can use r, theta for it's position instead.

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    there is more than one way to express the same position in polar coordinates

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