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  1. hartnn Group Title
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    can u identify in which quadrant (3,-85) will lie ?

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    it is false..right?

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    yup, because its in 1st quadrant and (3,-85) should lie in 4th quadrant.

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    The following is the graph of point (-3, pi/6) this is true? http://i729.photobucket.com/albums/ww292/akatushi101/3pi66.gif

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    that point is very far from origin, not definitely 3, so false.

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    But its polar cordinates we are talking about I think its ryt..

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    coordinates*

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  8. Hayatcakes Group Title
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    yeah this is polar coordinates

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  9. robinfr93 Group Title
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    yeah its true then. Cause the 3 stands for the length of the hypotenuse if u draw a triangle with perpendicular side on the y axis and the base on x axis. I hope u get what I mean.

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    The following is the graph of point (-9, 300º). it is true ? http://i729.photobucket.com/albums/ww292/akatushi101/300000.gif

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    hahahahha hell no!!!

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  12. Hayatcakes Group Title
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    excuse me?

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  13. robinfr93 Group Title
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    300 degrees doesn't lie on the second quad. Its given there that the upper quadrant lies between 0 to 180. if it had been 300 it would lie somewhere down below the 0. Get it??

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    (-9,300) = (9,120) so true. sorry for late reply.

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