1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data The circular motion of a particle in the x-y plane is given by the equations: r(t)= 6.46 m, theta (t)= (6.96 rad/s) t, where r is the distance from the origin and theta is the polar angle measured counterclockwise from the positve x-axis. Calculate the x-coordinate of the particle at time t= 4.00s 2. Relevant equations I can visualize it, but can't put the steps togather to solve it. I know I have to find out what angle the position vector is pointing at, then solve for t. The distance from the center of the point probably won't vary with t right?