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Polar Coordinates 3Ï€ (a) 2, Ã· 4 2Ï€ (b) 4, âˆ’
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3 (c) ( 5, 0 ) Ï€ (d) âˆ’3, Ã·
3 2Ï€ Consider the point with polar coordinates 4,
Ã·. 3
Find three other polar coordinates that represent the same point. Ï€ 2, Ã· 4 Ï€
(a) 5, Ã· 4 5Ï€ (b) âˆ’2, Ã·
6 Find polar coordinates of a point whose rectangular coordinates are (â€“ 6, 0). Find polar coordinates of a point whose rectangular coordinates are (â€“ 3, 3). Find polar coordinates of a point whose rectangular coordinates are ( ) 3,1 Transform the equation y 2 = 4 x from rectangular coordinates
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This note was uploaded on 03/01/2012 for the course MATH 141 taught by Professor Nedjlaougouag during the Spring '12 term at City Colleges of Chicago.
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 Polar Coordinates

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