The equivalent rectangular coordinates for the given polar coordinates: [left(6, -135^{circ} right)]

cistG 2020-12-02 Answered
The equivalent rectangular coordinates for the given polar coordinates:
[6 135]
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Jaylen Fountain
Answered 2020-12-03 Author has 170 answers
Given rectangular coordinate is [6 135].
Here [r=6, θ= 135].
Converting into equivalent rectangular coordinates:
[x=rcosθ
 x=6cos (135)
 x=6 × (22)
 x= 32
And y=rsinθ
 y=6sin (135)
 y=6 × (22)
 y= 32
Hence, disered equivalent rectangular coordinates would be [32 32].
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