provide two sets of polar coordinates for the point a give the rectangular coordinates of the point b

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provide two sets of polar coordinates for the point a give the rectangular coordinates of the point b

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u have to for the radius and their angle for polar
for rectangular, u have to state the x and y coordinates of a point

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use these relationships from a circle r^2=x^2+y^2 tan theta = y/x
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can u explain more @dan815
okay, so start with point a, what radius is that away from the center
each circle is +1 radius i think
+3
or 6?
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looks like 5 circles away so 5 radius
now what is that angle?
5^2?
(5,2) @dan815
is this the two polar coordinate for point a (5,2) ? @dan815

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