# pre calculus

posted by .

How do you graph the point with polar coordinates as (2, 30 degrees)

• pre calculus -

The point will be located at
x = 2 cos 30 = sqrt 3 = 1.732,
y = 2 sin 30 = 1.

## Similar Questions

1. ### Physics

If the rectangular coordinates of a point are given by (4,y), and its polar coordinates are (r,25 degrees), determine y and r.
2. ### calculus

let f be the function f(x) = x^3 + 3x^2 - x + 2 a. the tangent to the graph of f at the point P = (-2,8) intersects the graph of f again at the point Q. Find the coordinates of point Q. b. Find the coordinates of point R, the inflection …
3. ### Pre-Calc

Can anyone direct me to learn more about polar coordinates. I'm in online college course and really am confused. In high school, I never heard of polar coordinates. Like they say is the following the graph of point (3,15) and show …

1.Graph the polar equation r=3-2sin(theta) 2. Find the polar coordinates of 6 radical 3,6 for r > 0. 3. Find the rectangular coordinates of (7, 30°). 4. Write the rectangular equation in polar form. (x – 4)2 + y2 = 16 5. Write …

1.Graph the polar equation r=3-2sin(theta) 2. Find the polar coordinates of 6 radical 3,6 for r > 0. 3. Find the rectangular coordinates of (7, 30°). 4. Write the rectangular equation in polar form. (x – 4)2 + y2 = 16 5. Write …
6. ### math

The polar coordinates of a point P are (2,240 degrees). The Cartesian (rectangular) coordinates of P are
7. ### Pre-Calculus

Find the rectangular coordinates of the point with the given polar coordinates. (3, 150°)
8. ### Pre-Calculus

Find the polar coordinates of each point with the given rectangular coordinates. Use degrees. (-4,-3)
9. ### Pre-Calc

2. The polar coordinates of a point are given. Find the rectangular coordinates of each point. a. (5,(π / 4)) b. (-2,(π / 6)) NOTE: I tried to do these myself and got that: a= (4.99,0.27) b=(-1.99,-0.11) Which I know these …
10. ### Maths - Polar coordinates

The point (3, 2) is rotated 30 degrees about the origin. What are the polar coordinates of this after rotation?

More Similar Questions