# Trigonometry

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rectangular form to polar form
xy=12

rsinÆŸ rcosÆŸ=12

r^2=12/cosÆŸ sinÆŸ

Thanks

• Trigonometry -

Yes, if you mean

r^2 = 12/ (sinØcosØ)

you could also change it to
r^2 = 24/sin(2Ø) , (recall sin2Ø = 2sinØcosØ )

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