Convert the point (-sqrt3, -sqrt 3) in rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates that satisfies r > 0, -pi < theta leq pi

chillywilly12a 2020-11-26 Answered
Convert the point (3,3) in rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates that satisfies
r>0,π<θπ
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Answered 2020-11-27 Author has 106 answers

We have to convert the rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates.(3,3) as we know that the rectangular coordinates are (x, y) and the polar coordinates are (r,θ) where r=x2+y2 here r=(3)2+(3)2
r=3+3
r=6 also θ=tan1xy θ=tan1(33)
θ=tan11
θ=π4 Therefore The polar coordinates are (6,π4)

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