### All Calculus 2 Resources

## Example Questions

### Example Question #164 : Parametric, Polar, And Vector

Rewrite the polar equation

in rectangular form.

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### Example Question #1 : Polar Form

Rewrite in polar form:

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### Example Question #1 : Polar

Rewrite the polar equation

in rectangular form.

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### Example Question #166 : Parametric, Polar, And Vector

Give the polar form of the equation of the line with intercepts .

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This line has slope and -intercept , so its Cartesian equation is .

By substituting, we can rewrite this:

### Example Question #167 : Parametric, Polar, And Vector

Give the rectangular coordinates of the point with polar coordinates

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The point will have rectangular coordinates .

### Example Question #1 : Polar Form

What would be the equation of the parabola in polar form?

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We know and .

Subbing that in to the equation will give us .

Multiplying both sides by gives us

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### Example Question #2 : Polar Form

A point in polar form is given as .

Find its corresponding coordinate.

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To go from polar form to cartesion coordinates, use the following two relations.

In this case, our is and our is .

Plugging those into our relations we get

,

which gives us our coordinate.

### Example Question #3 : Polar Form

What is the magnitude and angle (in radians) of the following cartesian coordinate?

Give the answer in the format below.

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Although not explicitly stated, the problem is asking for the polar coordinates of the point . To calculate the magnitude, , calculate the following:

To calculate , do the following:

in radians. (The problem asks for radians)

### Example Question #2 : Polar Form

What is the following coordinate in polar form?

Provide the angle in degrees.

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To calculate the polar coordinate, use

However, keep track of the angle here. 68 degree is the mathematical equivalent of the expression, but we know the point (-2,-5) is in the 3rd quadrant, so we have to add 180 to it to get 248.

Some calculators might already have provided you with the correct answer.

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### Example Question #3 : Polar Form

What is the equation in polar form?

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We can convert from rectangular form to polar form by using the following identities: and . Given , then .

. Dividing both sides by ,