# Pre-Calculus

Help------I'm confused. I am trying to convert the linear equation 4x+3y-10=0 to polar form. Thus far, I have 2= r cos(theta -?????). I understand that I must get the arctan of 3/4 but I get the answer of 36.9. Is this correct and if not--what am I doing wrong.

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