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# Polar to Cartesian coordinates Convert the | Ch 10.2 - 36E

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Problem 36E

Problem 36E

Polar to Cartesian coordinates Convert the following equations to Cartesian coordinates. Describe the resulting curve.

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Solution 36E

Step 1:

In this problem we have to convert to cartesian coordinates.

Given : polar curve

We need to convert this to cartesian coordinate system.

We know to convert from Polar Coordinates (r,θ) to Cartesian Coordinates (x,y) :

• x = r × cos( θ )
• y = r × sin( θ )

This is the equation of line

Step 2 of 2

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