Posted by lexis on .
Name 3 different representations of the following (6, 3pi/4)

pre calculus 
Reiny,
I will assume that (6, 3π/4) is in polar coordinate form of the type (r,Ø)
so just add multiples of 2π to your rotation, and you will end up at the same point
or
reverse the direction and change the angle to the clockwise rotation
e.g. ( going counterclockwise 135° is the same as going 225° clockwise)
(6,3π/4) > (6, 5π/4
so 3 different versions could be
(6,5π/4)
(6, 11π/4)
(6, 19π/4)