The rectangular coordinates of a point are given (-5, 2) . Use a graphing utility in radian mode to find polar coordinates of each point to three decimal places.

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The rectangular coordinates of a point are given (5,2) . Use a graphing utility in radian mode to find polar coordinates of each point to three decimal places.
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Rec tan gular coordinates =(x,y)=(5,2) Polar coordinates =(r,θ) Then, formula for finding r and theta, is given by - r=x2+y2
r=(5)2+(2)2
r=(25+4)
r=29
r=5.385 And, θ=tan1(yx)
θ=tan1(25)
θ=tan1(25)[tan1(x)=tan1(x)]
θ=0.380 radians Polar coordinates =(r,θ)=(5.385,0.380)

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