Jason Farmer
2021-09-05
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Write in Cartesian coordinates the parametric equations of the curve with polar equation
$r\left(t\right)=<\sqrt{t},\frac{\pi}{8}>$ .

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brawnyN

Answered 2021-09-06
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Given:

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