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Please see the attached image.

To my understanding, there are two ways to graph a trigonometric function.

One is in the Cartesian Coordinate Plane where we have the values (x,y).

The other is in the Polar Coordinate system where we have the values (r,θ).

In regards to the image that I've attached, are these graphs saying the same thing, just in different coordinate systems?

To my understanding, there are two ways to graph a trigonometric function.

One is in the Cartesian Coordinate Plane where we have the values (x,y).

The other is in the Polar Coordinate system where we have the values (r,θ).

In regards to the image that I've attached, are these graphs saying the same thing, just in different coordinate systems?