# Precalculus

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how do you put the polar equation r^2(sin2u)=6 into rectangular form?

• Precalculus -

Isn't

x= rcosTheta=costheta (sqrt 6/sin2U))

I suspect you can get sin2U into a form that will reduce the equation.

y= rsinTheta

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