For the polar point (-4, -\frac{3 \pi}{4})a) Give alternate coordinates

SchachtN 2021-09-29 Answered

For the polar point (4,3π4)
a) Give alternate coordinates with r>0 and 2πθ<0.
b) Give alternate coordinates with r<0 and 0θ<2π.
c) Give alternate coordinates of your choice.

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Willie
Answered 2021-09-30 Author has 95 answers
Step 1
Given: P(4,3π4)
a) (4,3π4)=(4,3π4+π)
=(4,π4)
So, (4,3π4)=(4,π4)
Step 2
b) (4,3π4)=(4,3π4+2π)
=(4,5π4)
So, (4,3π4)=(4,5π4)
c) (4,3π4)=(4,3π4+3π)
=(4,9π4)
So, (4,3π4)=(4,9π4)
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