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Transform polar equation to an equation in Cartesian (rectangular) coordinates. Then identify where it locate on the graph.

r sin θ = 4

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  1. r,theta>>x,y

    x= r*cosTheta= 4/sintheta *costheta=4ctnTheta

    y= r*sinTheta=4 tan theta

    check me. It appears to be in the y>0 area, symmetric about the y axis.

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