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Convert from polar to rectangular r=3cos2theta

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    x= r cosTheta=3cos(2Theta)cosTheta
    y= r sin Theta=3cos(2Theta)sinTheta

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    Advanced Math: precal, trig identities, conversion

    You will see answer.

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    Identities r everywhere!!! :/, thank you 4 the info appreciated

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