Posted by **hmmmm** on Monday, September 25, 2006 at 10:01pm.

put these polar equations into cartesians form:

1) theta=135 degrees

2)rcostheta=-1

for #1 is it like: (-1,1)?

and for #2, X=-1, but i cant find y, any help is appreciated

The slope should be sin(theta)/cos(theta) and the intercept is the origin.

x=r*cos(theta)

If r=1 we have x=cos(theta)

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