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the letter x and y represent rectangular coordinates, write the equation in polar coordinates (r,Ɵ): 2x²+2y²=3

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  1. Algebraic!
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    divide both sides by 2 and sub.s in r^2 = x^2 +y^2

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  2. rainbowink
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    I have no idea O.O

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  3. cory_ryan
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    aight thanks for the help lol.

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  4. ashlynn143
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    i dont understand it !!

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  5. cory_ryan
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    lol its trig and pre calc

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  6. rainbowink
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    Your welcome :DD haha sory im not the brightest crayon in the box in math XD

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  7. ashlynn143
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    oh well im in 7th grade soooo....

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  8. cory_ryan
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    hah.

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  9. Algebraic!
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    do you still have a question about this?

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  10. cory_ryan
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    what would the answer be? so if i got it right?

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  11. Algebraic!
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    r= sqrt(3/2)

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  12. cory_ryan
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    ok what about Ɵ?

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  13. Algebraic!
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    it's a circle... not a function of theta

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  14. Algebraic!
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    circles in polar coord.s are just a constant value of radius

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  15. Algebraic!
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    it's like a horizontal line in cartesian coord.s ... it doesn't matter what x is, y is always the same eg. y=2

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    can you look at this and go to pg. 580 its # 67.

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