Convert to polar coordinates. (3, 3)

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Convert to polar coordinates. (3, 3)
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Answered 2021-01-18 Author has 92 answers

Given coordinate is (3, 3). We have to convert given coordinate into polar coordinate. In Polar form coordinate is given as (r,θ). We know that in polar coordinates, we have tanθ=yxandr=x2+y2 Therefore, tanθ=33 tanθ=1 θ=tan1(1)θπ4

Here θ=π4 is in the first quadrant. So r will be positive. Therefore, r=x2+y2 =32+32 =9+9 =18 =32 Therefore, r=32 and θ=π4. Hence, polar coordinates will be (32,π4).

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