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polar points in rectanglular coordinates
My teacher has told me I will need to be able to do these in my up and comping exam later this month. He covered the topic a while ago but I didn't quite understand. Here is an example I have.
Re: polar points in rectanglular coordinates
Ok, basicly polar form locates a point by giving the distance and angle to the point, in relation to the origin. Rectangular coordinates loctate a point by its horizontal and vertical distance from the origin. Hopefully this diagram will help.
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