i have the 2 end points on a pine a) (3, 58) b) (3, 44) i need to get polar form and the linear equation i know i have to use y=mx+b but how would i do that??
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Originally Posted by lucifer_x i have the 2 end points on a pine a) (3, 58) b) (3, 44) i need to get polar form and the linear equation i know i have to use y=mx+b but how would i do that?? Your line is vertical, parallel to the y axis, and hence is undefined as far as goes. The line has the equation: In polar coordinates Hence the furthest you can go is to say : Hence The line has length , so this gives you the magnitude, :
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