Monday

March 2, 2015

March 2, 2015

Posted by **Daisy** on Thursday, April 4, 2013 at 9:25am.

*Convert the polar equation to a rectangular equation.

rsin(theta - Pi/4) =5

-The answer is given as y= x+5sq.rt.2

Also, I have a problem on here that says to "use a graphing utility to find the rectangular coordinates of the point to two decimal places."

Polar Coordinates (-2.2, 5pi/9 )

How do I input this in a TI-84 calculator?

**Answer this Question**

**Related Questions**

Algebra 1 lvl 1 - Hi, I have a test tomorrow and our teacher gave us a huge ...

reading - she is having problem with comprehension and I do help her a lot but ...

math test review - 7.There are 400 couples competing in a dance contest. After ...

Social Studies 7 - Final Review Help! - What is the what is the unalienable ...

Math - My child's teacher sent out questions to prepare for a big math test. He ...

English - Write half page for each topic. What do you feel about? or something ...

Writing equations from a table - Hiiii! My teacher gave out some practice ...

Writing equations from a table - Hiiii! My teacher gave out some practice ...

AVID - this is about cornell note taking...i'm done taking notes but i'm having ...

book report - My teacher gave me a book review paper. What does it mean when it...