The letters x and y represent the rectangular coordinates. Write each equation using polar corrdinates (r, theta). (1) 4x^(2) y = 1 (2) y = -3
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Originally Posted by magentarita The letters x and y represent the rectangular coordinates. Write each equation using polar corrdinates (r, theta). (1) 4x^(2) y = 1 (2) y = -3 The second one is . Also see the following figure:
Originally Posted by magentarita The letters x and y represent the rectangular coordinates. Write each equation using polar corrdinates (r, theta). (1) 4x^(2) y = 1 (2) y = -3 I'll try (2): When converting from rectangular coordinates to polar keep these three things in mind. 1. 2. 3. Substituting,
Originally Posted by magentarita The letters x and y represent the rectangular coordinates. Write each equation using polar corrdinates (r, theta). (1) 4x^(2) y = 1 (2) y = -3 Okay, here's (1):
Originally Posted by bkarpuz The second one is . Also see the following figure: Thank you for your help and for taking time out to form a picture.
Originally Posted by masters I'll try (2): When converting from rectangular coordinates to polar keep these three things in mind. 1. 2. 3. Substituting, Your help is wonderful. I can now use your steps to answer similar questions.
Originally Posted by masters Okay, here's (1): Your math help is very much appreciated.
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