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nthenic_oftime

  • one year ago

Polar coordinates of a point are given. Find the rectangular coordinates of the point. (2.1, 2pi/9) anyone could just show me how to convert i can do the work :)

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  1. nthenic_oftime
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  2. freckles
    • one year ago
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    \[x=r \cos(\theta) \\ y=r \sin(\theta) \\ \text{ just plug in your } r\text{ and } \theta\]

  3. nthenic_oftime
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    sooo none of those ar emy options? these ar emy options A. (-1.6, -1.3) B. (1.6, 1.3) C. (1.3, 1.6) D. (-1.3, -1.6)

  4. nthenic_oftime
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    ok my calculator wasnt in polar mode

  5. freckles
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    your degree mode should be radians

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