Hello, I do need help with a particular problem in my homework. The problem is theta = 4pi/3. I need to convert this equation to a rectangular equation. I get so antsy seeing theta = instead of r =. Thanks in advance to anyone who responds.
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Originally Posted by Kimberley The problem is theta = 4pi/3. I need to convert this equation to a rectangular equation. Hint : Corresponds to a half line. Find the equation.
Originally Posted by FernandoRevilla Hint : Corresponds to a half line. Find the equation. Yes, I know what the equation is but I do not know how to convert the original equation algebraically. And that is what I need to do.
Originally Posted by Kimberley Yes, I know what the equation is but I do not know how to convert the original equation algebraically. And that is what I need to do. or
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