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Find the polar coordinates of (-4,0) A. (0,0 degrees) B. (0,180 degrees) C. (4,180 degrees) D. None of the above

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@klimenkov Please don't give out answers without explaining. He would not be able to solve future questions like this without an explanation. To convert a Cartesian coordinate pair to a polar one (in the format \((r, \theta)\)), use this set of formula: r = \(\sqrt{x^2 + y^2}\) \(\theta = tan^{-1} (y/x)\).
Also, remember that the tangent value may be negative. In this case, apply the four quadrant rule on the final answer.

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I don't think he wants to see how to solve this. Just want an answer.
I am a she not a he :)
@klimenkov OpenStudy's Code of Conduct states that you should not give out answers without explanations. :)
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