# Trigonometry

1)Find the polar coordinates of the point whose rectangular coordinates are (4, -4).
2)Find the polar coordinates of the point whose rectangular coordinates are (-3,-3).
3)Find the rectangular coordinates of the point whose polar coordinates are (-4, ð/6)
4)Find the rectangular coordinates of the point whose polar coordinates are (2, 3ð/4).6).
5)Find the rectangular coordinates of the point whose polar coordinates are (6, ð/3)

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