# Trig

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what are the rectangular coordinates of
(-2(pi/6))?

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???
Is that a polar coordinate point?
is there a missing comma?

did you mean (-2 , π/6) ?

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look at the solution I gave here to a similar problem

http://www.jiskha.com/display.cgi?id=1267493976

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yes. sorry. I forgot the comma

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