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# Could someone assist me por favor

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What are the rectangular coordinates of the polar coordinates (2√2,−π/12)?

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May 3, 2022

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You can convert polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates by using the formula $$(r, \theta)_{\text{polar}} = (r\cos \theta, r\sin \theta)_{\text{rectangular}}$$.

Plug in the numbers and use a calculator to get your answer.

May 3, 2022
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Muchas Gracias persona, pero tengo otra pregunta:

What is the rectangular form of the polar equation?

r−rcosθ=6

x=12y^2−36

x=12y^2−3

x=112y^2−36

x=112y^2−3

Guest May 3, 2022
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Please start a new post for a new problem.

MaxWong  May 3, 2022
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y porque? um why i say in mi language (for you if you not know it), sorry english not very good.

Guest May 3, 2022