Convert the Cartesian coordinates (—5,-12) into polar coordinates where r >0 and0^{o}\leq\theta\leq360^{o}. Hence, write the other two polar coordinates that represent the point.

Carol Gates 2021-09-05 Answered

Convert the Cartesian coordinates (5,12) into polar coordinates where r>0 and 0oθ360o.
Hence, write the other two polar coordinates that represent the point.

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