I know this is an easy problem, but I need to know 3 sets of polar coordinates for the Cartesian coordinates (-4,4[itex]\sqrt{3}}[/itex])(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

So I graphed the points and got the hypotenuse, r = 8.

How do I convert 4[itex]\sqrt{3}}[/itex]) to degrees?

(4[itex]\sqrt{3}}[/itex]) = 6.92820 Is this in radians?

and do I then multiply it by (180/pi) to get degrees?

thanks.

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# Homework Help: Converting radians to degrees, help!

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