 Hussein H.

# Given any Cartesian coordinates, (x,y), there are polar coodinates

Given any Cartesian coordinates, (x,y), there are polar coordinates (r,θ) with (-pie/2) < θ ≤ (pie/2).
Find polar coordinates with (-pie/2) < θ ≤ (pie/2) for the following Cartesian coordinates:

a) If (x,y)= (2,-3) then (r,θ)= ( _________ , __________ )
b) If (x,y)= (2,-2) then (r,θ)= ( _________, __________)
c) If (x,y)= (-9,-9) then (r,θ)= ( _________, __________)
d) If (x,y)= (1,-3) then (r,θ)= ( __________, __________)
e) If (x,y)= (-8,4) then (r,θ)= ( __________, __________)
f) If (x,y)= (0,7) then (r,θ)= ( _________, ___________)

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Could you solve part (a) so that I could learn how to do the rest of them, please? Thank you
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10/25/17

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