I'm assuming this is a circle and will end up in x^2+y^2=r^2.
r=-8cos0 (0 being Omega)
Should I start by squaring each side knowing that r^2 will be in the rectangular form?? A little lost, not sure where to begin.
I'm assuming this is a circle and will end up in x^2+y^2=r^2.
r=-8cos0 (0 being Omega)
Should I start by squaring each side knowing that r^2 will be in the rectangular form?? A little lost, not sure where to begin.
The thing that you need to do here is multiply both sides by r: