# Calculus 3 : Cylindrical Coordinates

## Example Questions

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Find a parametric representation of the circle .     Explanation:

We can begin by rewriting the equation for a circle as .

This directly tells us that .  This allows us to write our final expression for the parametric representation as ### Example Question #241 : Cylindrical Coordinates

Convert the following vector in Cartesian coordinates into cylindrical coordinates.       Explanation:

The conversion from Cartesian to cylindrical coordinates is as follows:   The three components of the vector then become:   ### All Calculus 3 Resources 