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Elissa89
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So we're learning to plot polar equations, which easy enough. But I got a question in the homework that wasn't covered in class:
Convert r=7cos(theta) into a rectangular equation. Use x and y values. I know how to convert when it's x=r*cos(theta) or y=r*sin(theta) and r and theta is given. But this is different and I don't know how to do it.
Convert r=7cos(theta) into a rectangular equation. Use x and y values. I know how to convert when it's x=r*cos(theta) or y=r*sin(theta) and r and theta is given. But this is different and I don't know how to do it.