Seelakant6vr

2022-02-04

What is (-1, 3) in polar coordinates?

Addison Matthews

Beginner2022-02-05Added 13 answers

Step 1

Since you are on the second quadrant, compute the hypotenus first:

${h}^{2}=(-{1}^{2})+\left({3}^{2}\right)=10$

In other words,

$h=\sqrt{10}$

Compute angle by your triangle (108.435 degrees).

Your polar coordinates:$\sqrt{10},\text{}108.435$ degrees

Since you are on the second quadrant, compute the hypotenus first:

In other words,

Compute angle by your triangle (108.435 degrees).

Your polar coordinates: