# Calculus 2 : Polar Form

## Example Questions

### Example Question #31 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

Dividing both sides by , we get:

### Example Question #32 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

None of the above

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #33 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

Dividing both sides by , we get:

### Example Question #34 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

None of the above

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #35 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #36 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

None of the above

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #37 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #38 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

Dividing both sides by ,

### Example Question #39 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?

Explanation:

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

### Example Question #40 : Polar Form

What is the polar form of ?