## aussy123 2 years ago Convert theta=60 degrees to a Cartesian equation.

1. trogdortheburninator

You need a length for this to make any sense

2. aussy123

This is all that is given.

3. trogdortheburninator

wait, do you mean rotate whatever you're given by 60 degrees?

4. aussy123

I dont know what there are asking for. This is just really exhausting and confusing. They dont really elaborate on anything.

5. galacticwavesXX

guess its just $x=rcos \theta y=rsin \theta$

6. aussy123

x=sqrt.(3y)

7. aussy123

$x=\sqrt{3y}$

8. galacticwavesXX

is that the given? Could you type all the that is given for the problem?

9. aussy123

Ill put it in the attachment

10. galacticwavesXX

ok that's better

11. aussy123

12. galacticwavesXX

wow that's confusing but i would go with a

13. galacticwavesXX

well the 1st one

14. galacticwavesXX

what math class is this?

15. aussy123

Pre-Cal

16. galacticwavesXX

its the 2nd option. That is the answer

17. galacticwavesXX

$x=\sqrt{3y}$

18. oldrin.bataku

|dw:1365743877178:dw| Notice we have two points, $$(0,0)$$ and $$(\frac12,\frac{\sqrt3}2)$$... can you determine a linear equation now?