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posted by Angela P.
What are polar coordinates of (4,6)
1.Round r to nearest hundredth and theta to nearest hundredth of RADIAN
My work:
r^2 = x^ + y^2
r^2 = 4^2 + 6^2
r^2= 16 +36
r^ =52
r=7.21
I'm stuck on how to do theta in Radians, could you please assist
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