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Find three additional polar representation of the point (3, pie over 6) given in polar coordinates,using 2 pie <0 <2pie.

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Reiny
All you have to do is find coterminal angles or else
change the 3 to +3 and state the angle which goes in the opposing direction
eg. (3,π/6) or (3, 7π/6)
to get coterminal angles just add 2π to your angle
e.g (3,π/6) and (3, 13π/6) puts you in the same spot
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