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Math 126 Section 10.3 (7th ed) (Homework)MATH 126, section D & E, Winter 2018Instructor: Soumik PalCurrent Score :37 / 38Due :Saturday, February 3 2018 11:00 PM PSTPrint AssignmentQuestionPoints9/6/4/1/1/2/2/1/1/1/0/1/1/1/6/Total37/38 (97.4%)Assignment SubmissionFor this assignment, you submit answers by question parts. The number of submissionsremaining for each question part only changes if you submit or change the answer.Assignment ScoringYour best submission for each question part is used for your score.The due date for this assignment is past.Your work can be viewed below, but nochanges can be made.1.9/9 points| Previous AnswersSCalcET7 10.3.001.My NotesQuestion PartPointsSubmissions UsedFind two other pairs of polar coordinates of the given polar coordinate, one with
r> 0and one withr< 0.Then plot the point.(a)(4,π/2)(r,θ) =$$4,5π2(r> 0)(r,θ) =$$−4,3π2(r< 0)
(b)(3,−2π/3)(r,θ) =$$3,4π3(r> 0)(r,θ) =$$−3,1π3(r< 0)
(c)(−3,π/4)(r,θ) =$$3,5π4(r> 0)(r,θ) =$$−3,9π4(r< 0)
Solution or ExplanationClick to View Solution2.6/6 points| Previous AnswersSCalcET7 10.3.004.My NotesFind the Cartesian coordinates of the given polar coordinates. Then plot the point.(a)(−2, 5π/4)(x,y) =$$−√2cos(5π4),−√2sin(5π4)Practice Another Version
(b)(5, 5π/2)(x,y) =$$5cos(5π2),5sin(5π2)
(c)(6, −7π/6)(x,y) =$$6cos(−7π6),6sin(−7π6)
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