Ta C.

asked • 08/19/20

Write the point (3, pi/6) with the following conditions: a. r < 0, theta > 0 b. r > 0, theta < 0 c. r > 0, theta > 0

Write the point (3, pi/6) with the following conditions:

a. r < 0, theta > 0

b. r > 0, theta < 0

c. r > 0, theta > 0

Joseph C.

I find this question confusing, because the point (3,pi/6) is already implies that r>0 and theta>0. This is because the (3,pi/6) -> (r,pi/6). In fact, in polar coordinates r<0 is not a valid value.
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