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the degree

I used the Pythagorean theorem to find r, since we already have x and y given (2,3)

how did you find the degree?

using the unit circle

However, there's degrees and radians which applies to all circle.

circles*

I'm still confused on how you got theta straight from looking at the unit circle.

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I'm sure you have completed all the four steps i gave above. Now, you are in the fifth step .