# Which of the following is another representation of the polar coordinate P=3,45° ?

3,294 questions
1. ## pre calculus

In the rectangular coordinate system, each point (x, y) has a unique representation. Explain why this is not true for a point (r, Θ) in the polar coordinate system.

asked by john on December 7, 2016
2. ## Math

Which of the following is another representation of the polar coordinate -9, -90 degrees? Is it 9,270 degrees

asked by Anonymous on January 9, 2015
3. ## precaculus

Convert the rectangular coordinate (2,-2) to polar form and find two additional representations of this point. Can you check my work and explain how to finish the question? r=√(2)2+(-2)2 r=2√2 tan theta = (-2)/2 theta = -1 polar coordinate= (2√2, -1)

asked by Anonymous on December 12, 2016
4. ## Pre-calculus- URGENT

Convert the rectangular coordinate (-8,i (square root of 3) into polar coordinates. How do I do this?? I tried every way I knew of to convert the y coordinate (i (square root of three)) to polar form, but it didn't work. I think that the polar form of the

asked by Ellie on September 13, 2015
5. ## Pre-Calc

I posted yesterday and didn't get a response so I'm hoping someone can check these today-Thank you they are polar coordinate questions--My answers are her I just need them checked- 1.Which of the folowing is another representation of (-3,pi)? (3,120degree)

asked by Jonathan on September 28, 2011
6. ## math

plot the given polar coordinate and find three additional polar representations of the point. (3, (5*pi) /6))

asked by gowthami on March 7, 2011
7. ## Trig

Find three additional polar representation of the point (-3, pie over 6) given in polar coordinates,using -2 pie

asked by Sasha on May 20, 2010
8. ## pre calc.Math

Please help me any one of these please! Thank You to any one r=2-6 cos(θ) convert this polar coordinate equation into an equation in rectangular coordinates(x,y) given (-8,8) convert this point into polar coordinates with 6 >= 0 and 0

asked by Ann on July 12, 2011
9. ## chemistry

Determine if it is polar or non-polar molecule: C3H6O C2H5OH SiCl4 NH3 CO2 C3H8 H2O N2 My ans are: Polar Polar Polar polar Nonpolar nonpolar polar Nonpolar are my answers correct???? No one has answered this question yet.

10. ## CHEMISTRY

Determine if it is polar or non-polar molecule: C3H6O C2H5OH SiCl4 NH3 CO2 C3H8 H2O N2 My ans are: Polar Polar Polar polar Nonpolar nonpolar polar Nonpolar are my answers correct????

asked by nidscorection on March 5, 2013
11. ## calculus

for what value of r=4sinè have vertical tangent? In polar coordinates? Theta=90 deg is vertical. I do not know if you know how to differentiate polar coordinate equations so I changed your equation from polar to rectangular form, I don't know if that is

asked by mary on April 26, 2007
12. ## bio (plasma membrane)

I understand that the plasma membrane is composed of a polar head and non polar tail. I read in my textbook that small non-polar molecules readily pass through and that polar and non-polar repel. so how do non-polar substance pass the the polar head?

asked by lou on February 19, 2011
13. ## CHEMISTRY

Determine if it is polar or non-polar molecule: C3H6O C2H5OH SiCl4 NH3 CO2 C3H8 H2O N2 My ans are: Polar Polar Polar Nonpolar polar Nonpolar are my answers correct????

asked by nidscorection on March 5, 2013
14. ## Maths - Polar Coordinate Systems

I've received an assignment to investigate the polar coordinate system compared to the cartesian one. Theres a question that asks you to investigate into how to convert polar coordinates into cartesian. From my text book, I know in Polar coordinates, that

asked by BM on October 25, 2008
15. ## Maths

Find the polar representation of √2 -¡√2

asked by Nomis on March 30, 2018
16. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by raja harishchandra on June 13, 2013
17. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by Anonymous on June 13, 2013
18. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by raja harishchandra on June 11, 2013
19. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by anonymous on June 14, 2013
20. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by raja harishchandra on June 12, 2013
21. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by raja harishchandra on June 13, 2013
22. ## science

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by Abhishek on June 13, 2013
23. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by rishabh on June 10, 2013
24. ## science

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by raja harishchandra on June 14, 2013
25. ## physics

The most convenient way to express vectors in the two dimensional plane is in the familiar (x,y) Cartesian coordinates. However, one can express vectors in other coordinate systems as well. For example, another useful coordinate system for the plane is

asked by Anonymous on June 14, 2013
26. ## Chem

Is a C-H bond polar or non-polar? Is a C-Cl bond polar or non-polar? I have different sources giving me different ranges. One says that anything with an electronegetivity of 0.5 or less is non-polar and I have anothre source saying anything 0.3 and less is

asked by Lena on July 8, 2009
27. ## History

Which of the following issues was resolved by a major compromise at the Constitutional Convention? A. representation in the executive branch B. representation in the legislative branch C. representation in the judicial branch D. representation in

asked by U DONT KNOW ME on March 15, 2019
28. ## Drawing polar curve

How do you draw a polar curve? For example, r=2+cos2(thetha) You need to plot points where theta varies from 0 to 2pi, unless you have a graphing program (which I do). Your example looks like 2 overlapping circles. so u mean that it can't be drawn by hand?

asked by J. on September 26, 2006
29. ## Chemistry

can you please tell me if I have the correct molecule type PO4 3- polar SO3 polar NO2- polar BrCl polar

asked by Dory on June 2, 2014
30. ## AP Physics

Consider the vectors A = 2.00 i + 7.00 j and B = 3.00 i - 2.00 j. (a) Sketch the vector sum C = A + B and the vector subtraction D = A - B. (b) Find analytical solutions for C and D first in terms of unit vectors and then in terms of polar coordinates,

asked by Paige on August 30, 2012
31. ## math

Evaluate(2+j4)*(-3-j4) and express in polar coordinate fform

asked by saurabh on July 27, 2015
32. ## calculas

Write following equations in polar coordinate then graph them Y=4X

asked by preet on March 5, 2013
33. ## calculus

find the volume of solid inside the paraboloid z=9-x^2-y^2, outside the cylinder x^2+y^2=4 and above the xy-plane 1) solve using double integration of rectangular coordinate. 2) solve using double integration of polar coordinate 3)solve using triple

asked by AIRA on May 10, 2014
34. ## Chemistry

Are all/most organic compounds non polar? Not all, certainly. Many are non-polar. Most, I don't know. It all depends upon how you define most. Acids, acid chlorides, amines, phenols, ketones, aldehydes, and the like are polar. There are a bunch of those

asked by Gabriela on April 26, 2007
35. ## Math

Give three additional polar coordinate pairs for the Point B: (-3,2π/3). -2 < π < 2

asked by Taylor on May 12, 2015
36. ## american politics

The Great Compromise: A. established representation based on population in the Senate. B. allowed state legislatures to choose House members. C. created the mechanism to end slavery. D. solved the problem of representation by big and small states through

asked by Bev on September 3, 2015
37. ## Trigonometry

consider the polar coordinates (3,4pi/3). Find the equivalent rectangular coordinate.

asked by Hailey Lepire on May 15, 2017
38. ## Pre-Calc

Please check my answers;This are polar coordinates we're studying-I'm almost positive the first two are correct. 1.Which of the folowing is another representation of (-3,pi)? (3,120degree) (3,0 degree)I think it is this one?? ((-3,0 degree) 2.Which is not

asked by Jonathan on September 27, 2011
39. ## Pre-Calc

Please check my answers I really need to do my homeowrk!;This are polar coordinates we're studying-I'm almost positive the first two are correct. 1.Which of the folowing is another representation of (-3,pi)? (3,120degree) (3,0 degree)I think it is this

asked by Jonathan on September 27, 2011
40. ## Pre-Calc-Please check I'm desperate

Please check my answers I really need to do my homeowrk!;This are polar coordinates we're studying-I'm almost positive the first two are correct. 1.Which of the folowing is another representation of (-3,pi)? (3,120degree) (3,0 degree)I think it is this

asked by Jonathan on September 27, 2011
41. ## pre-calc

what does multiplying a complex number by a real number do to its polar representation?

asked by Lindsay on February 21, 2008
42. ## Trig

Find the polar coordinates of (8, –8) for r ≥ 0. I am getting 8 square root of 2 as the first coordinate. I am not sure if I am finding the arctan correctly.

asked by Dara on August 15, 2011
43. ## Math (Trig)

Convert the Cartesian coordinate (-1,2) to polar coordinates, 0≤θ

asked by Giovanni on May 16, 2016
44. ## 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)

asked by Theresa on July 4, 2007
45. ## Orgnic chemistry

Some molecules w/ non polar bonds like C-S and C-I when exposed to a highly polar environment may assume polarity -Due to vacant d orbitals of S (i don't get this. So if it has a lot of vacant orbitals it will be polar?) -big atomic radius of I (please

asked by jane on July 10, 2015
46. ## Chemistry- polarity

Is 2,4-Hexadiyne-1,6-diol a polar or non-polar compound? I think it is non-polar, based on the the high retention factor (0.89) I got from the TLC.

asked by Sally on May 1, 2016
47. ## college chemistry

If i have a highly polar mobile phase, what will happen to the non-polar or less polar compounds during chromatography? will they move less up the TLC plate or actually even more because the mobile phase itself is so polar.

asked by Anonymous on February 12, 2013
48. ## chem

choose the compound below that contains at least one polar covalent bond, but is nonpolar a. ICl3 b SeBr4 c. CF4 d. HCN Im stuck between C and D C is a tetrahedral which has no net dipole so is non polar, and D is linear which also makes it non polar.

asked by natash on May 1, 2008
49. ## ALGEBRA

Find the coordinates of the midpoint for the following equation: y = -2x^2 + 20x + 1. Your answer should be in the form (x-coordinate, y-coordinate). (Hint: Find the x-coordinate by using the Midpoint Formula [-b / (2a)]. Then find the y-coordinate by

50. ## Chemistry

Find the polar coordinate of the following. (0,-6) I know r = sq.root of 6 but tan theta = -6/0 doesn't exist so how will I find the degree? Thanks

51. ## Chemistry

Which of the following statements is (or are) true? I. All polar molecules have dipole moments. II. All polar molecules have oppositely charged regions. III. A polar molecule is attracted to other molecules because of electrostatic forces. IV. All polar

asked by Cortney on March 18, 2015
52. ## PreCal

A surveyor records the polar coordinates of the location of a landmark as (40, 62°). What are the rectangular coordinates? Round each coordinate to the nearest hundredth.

asked by Jack on September 3, 2011
53. ## math,algebra II

can someone show me examples of what is a practical application of matrices or matrix operations that can be used in a real-world situation. Simple example: Coordinate transformation. An object is located at coordinates (x,y,z) in your coordinate system,

asked by jas on June 5, 2007
54. ## Chemistry

I would like to make sure these answers are correct, the question is what kind of molecule are the following H2 nonpolar HBr polar BrCl polar NH3 polar CCl4 nonpolar

asked by Dory on June 2, 2014
55. ## CHEM

Which statement best describes the polarity of SF_4Cl_2?? (or: SF4Cl2, if that helps more) 1. Always polar. 2. Always nonpolar. 3. Depending on the arrangement of outer atoms, this molecule could be polar or nonpolar. & how can you tell for certain??? I

asked by K on November 26, 2007
56. ## calculus

Find the surface area of the part of the sphere x^2+y^2+z^2=a^2 inside the circular cylinder x^2+y^2=ay (r=a*sin(θ) in polar coordinates), with a>0. First time posting on this website, sorry for the lack of details on my attempts but I am really not sure

asked by Johnnie on March 10, 2014
57. ## Social Studies

Which of the following was a reason that nationalism spread through Europe in the 1800s? • A. new territorial borders • B. resistance to Napoleon • C. the spread of Christianity • D. establishment of democratic governments** What was the main

asked by Demon Queen on November 19, 2018
58. ## Chemistry

If the gas chromatograph is polar, and a mixture of a polar compound and a non-polar compound is injected. Which one of the two compounds will have a higher retention time? Why?

asked by Ella on April 3, 2012
59. ## Geography

What is not an example of Reapportionment? A. Rust Belt states losing representatives B. Sunbelt states gaining representatives C. Redistricting with equal representation D. Gerrymandering without equal representation E. Majority-Minority district with

asked by Anonymous on April 2, 2016
60. ## Geography

What is not an example of Reapportionment? A. Rust Belt states losing representatives B. Sunbelt states gaining representatives C. Redistricting with equal representation D. Gerrymandering without equal representation E. Majority-Minority district with

asked by Anonymous on April 2, 2016
61. ## math

A,B are two points on a given line L.L is the midpoint of the section AB. find the coordinate of point B if the coordinate of A=7 and the coordinate of L=4

asked by Sabra on December 5, 2010
62. ## math

A,B,C are points on the line L, the coordinate of B=-2, c is a point that divides AB in the ration 2:3.if the coordinate of C=4, find the coordinate of A

asked by Sabra on December 5, 2010
63. ## chemistry

what is the difference between polar bonds and polar molecules. i know a polar bond is a bond between two dipoles? what are polar molecules? wouldnt it be the same?

asked by tran on September 21, 2009
64. ## chemistry

2. Create a visual representation of ionic substances to connect the microscopic structure of ionic substances to each of the following macroscopic properties. a. Solubility in polar compounds (1 point) b. Brittleness (1 point)

asked by Morgan on February 6, 2015

I do not understand verbal representation. Graphic re presentation? Numerical representation?

asked by Nicole on November 15, 2015
66. ## chemistry

2. Create a visual representation of ionic substances to connect the microscopic structure of ionic substances to each of the following macroscopic properties. a. Solubility in polar compounds (1 point) b. Brittleness (1 point) Please explain how to do

asked by Morgan on February 7, 2015

1.Graph the polar equation r=3-2sin(theta) 2. Find the polar coordinates of 6 radical 3,6 for r > 0. 3. Find the rectangular coordinates of (7, 30°). 4. Write the rectangular equation in polar form. (x – 4)2 + y2 = 16 5. Write the equation –2x + 6y =

asked by Becca on February 26, 2013

1.Graph the polar equation r=3-2sin(theta) 2. Find the polar coordinates of 6 radical 3,6 for r > 0. 3. Find the rectangular coordinates of (7, 30°). 4. Write the rectangular equation in polar form. (x – 4)2 + y2 = 16 5. Write the equation –2x + 6y =

asked by Becca on February 26, 2013

1.Graph the polar equation r=3-2sin(theta) 2. Find the polar coordinates of 6 radical 3,6 for r > 0. 3. Find the rectangular coordinates of (7, 30°). 4. Write the rectangular equation in polar form. (x – 4)2 + y2 = 16 5. Write the equation –2x + 6y =

asked by Becca on February 26, 2013
70. ## chemistry

Is 3:1:1 hexane/acetone/acetic acid a more polar or non-polar solvent? more polar or non-polar solvent than what? 3:1:1 hexane/acetone/acetic acid would be considered quite a polar solvent mix. But as DrBob says more polar than with what?

asked by sue on April 25, 2007

Hello, I am wondering what exactly characterizes a polar molecule. Are all polar molecules charged? How do you tell if an uncharged molecule is polar? Thank you so much!

asked by Bobbi on May 15, 2010
72. ## CHEMISTRY

Hello, I am wondering what exactly characterizes a polar molecule. Are all polar molecules charged? How do you tell if an uncharged molecule is polar? Thank you so much!

asked by Bobbi on May 14, 2010
73. ## Precalculus

Every point in the plane has exactly two polar coordinates. A)The statement is true because every point in the plane has a unique polar representation. B)The statement is false because left parenthesis r comma theta right parenthesis equals left

asked by Brian on January 12, 2017
74. ## Chemistry (Chromatography)

Comment on the order of elution of the following solutes in (a) normal phase and (b) reversed phase liquid chromatography. Give reasons why. Solute X - non-polar Solute Y- Polar, a dipole Solute Z - Polar, more polar than solute Y I understand that

asked by Joshua on January 13, 2015
75. ## anonymous

what atoms usually form coordinate covalent bonds i couldn't find this anywhere also i just want to make sure is the electronegativity difference range for polar covalent bonds .4 - 2.1 paulings?

asked by lyne on June 7, 2009
76. ## chemistry

my teacher told me that polar bonds have a difference in elecronegativities of .4-2.1 is that the only way to find if a bond is polar? also how would you find out if the MOLECULE is polar or not? - i think i remember my teacher saying something about

asked by lyne on May 5, 2009
77. ## Science

To make a large-scale representation of a hydrogen atom in its ground state, you start with a super ball (D=3.78 cm) to represent the nucleus. How far away, R, in km will you have to put the representation electron?

asked by phylh on September 7, 2012
78. ## Physics

To make a large-scale representation of a hydrogen atom in its ground state, you start with a super ball (D=3.78 cm) to represent the nucleus. How far away, R, in km will you have to put the representation electron?

asked by serin130 on September 7, 2012
79. ## physics

To make a large-scale representation of a hydrogen atom in its ground state, you start with a super ball (D=3.74 cm) to represent the nucleus. How far away, R, in km will you have to put the representation electron?

asked by arcos15 on September 7, 2012
80. ## physics

To make a large-scale representation of a hydrogen atom in its ground state, you start with a super ball (D=3.74 cm) to represent the nucleus. How far away, R, in km will you have to put the representation electron?

asked by arcos15 on September 7, 2012
81. ## Math homework help

Check out the polar coordinate pairs that label the same point. Several pairs may be possible. A) (2, 2pi/3) B) (2, -pi/3) C) (-3, pi) D) (2, 7pi/3) E) (3,0) F) (-3,0) G) (-2, -pi/3) H) -3, 2pi)

asked by Don on May 17, 2014
82. ## Physics

To make a large-scale representation of a hydrogen atom in its ground state, you start with a super ball (D=4.00 cm) to represent the nucleus. How far away, R, in km will you have to put the representation electron? R=____km

83. ## science(chem)

statement from my text says: "like disolves like", This rule is most commonly applied to polar and nonpolar compounds. According to this rule, a polar solvent will dissolve polar(or ionic) compounds and non polar solven will dissolve nonpolar compounds.

asked by ~christina~ on September 2, 2007
84. ## Math (Calculus)

Given any Cartesian coordinates, (x,y), there are polar coordinates (r,theta) with –pi/2< theta < pi/2. Find polar coordinates with –pi/2 < theta < pi/2 for the following Cartesian coordinate: If (x,y) = (11,–7) then (r, theta)=( ____, _____ ) I was

asked by Amy on June 2, 2011
85. ## precalculus

Let z1= 3-3sqrt 3i and z2= -11+i. write all answers in polar form with 0< theta< 2pi A. what is z1 in polar form? B. what is z2 in polar form? C. what is z1z2 D. what is z1/z2 E. what is (z1)^5 F. what is (z2) ^1/4

asked by JGF on March 22, 2015
86. ## precalculus

Let z1= 3-3sqrt 3i and z2= -11+i. write all answers in polar form with 0< theta< 2pi A. what is z1 in polar form? B. what is z2 in polar form? C. what is z1z2 D. what is z1/z2 E. what is (z1)^5 F. what is (z2) ^1/4

asked by JGF on March 22, 2015
87. ## Chemistry

How does the three dimensional structure of SP3 bonds of Carbon, Nitrogen, Oxygen and Fluorine cause them to form polar or non-polar molecules? The answer must include a 3d diagram of the molecules, and a discussion of the effect of their electron

asked by Carl on November 16, 2017
88. ## 5th grade math word problems

abby has been practicing for her soccer game. She has been running 5/8 of a mile every day for 4 days. How many total miles does she run?Use a representation and write an equation. I do not understand what a representation is and would I multiply fractions

asked by reid on November 18, 2015
89. ## geometry

The coordinate of the midpoint of segment AB is (-3, 2). Find the coordinate of A if the coordinate of B is (0, 2). A = (-6,2) (-3/2,2) (3,2)

asked by dana on January 16, 2012
90. ## Math

Point T is the midpoint of line JH. The coordinate of T is (0, 5) and the coordinate of J is (0, 2). The coordinate of H is: (0, 8) (0, 3) (0, 7) (0, 11)

asked by Della on January 16, 2012
91. ## Physics

An 80 kg hunter gets a rope around a 400 kg polar bear. They are stationary and on frictionless level ice, initially 60 m apart. When the hunter pulls the polar bear to him, the polar bear will move: 1. 10 m 2. 30 m

asked by Anonymous on April 7, 2016
92. ## Physics

An 80 kg hunter gets a rope around a 400 kg polar bear. They are stationary and on frictionless level ice, initially 60 m apart. When the hunter pulls the polar bear to him, the polar bear will move: 1. 10 m 2. 30 m

asked by PLS HELP!! on April 9, 2016
93. ## Chemistry

How do you know if a molecule is polar? Would CH2Cl2 be polar or non-polar?

asked by Katie Y. on November 8, 2009
94. ## Chemistry (Chromatography)

Comment on the order of elution of the following solutes in (a) normal-phase and (b) reversed-phase liquid chromatography. Give reasons for the difference. Solute X nonpolar Solute Y polar, a dipole Solute Z polar, more polar than Solute Y

asked by Jacob on January 24, 2015
95. ## Pre-Calc

Can anyone direct me to learn more about polar coordinates. I'm in online college course and really am confused. In high school, I never heard of polar coordinates. Like they say is the following the graph of point (3,15) and show it on polar grid-I don't

asked by Thomas on September 24, 2011
96. ## chemistry

hi, I am wondering if benzyl acetate is polar or nonpolar? because it has a non polar benzene ring but also it has the ester bit attached so i am confused. Also i cant seem to understand the vander waal forces that are in it. if anybody could help that

asked by steff on December 18, 2006
97. ## Art

Discuss the representation of the human body by the Egyptians and the Greeks. What are the similarities and differences between the two? What does the sculptural representation of the human form say about each culture?

asked by Amberina on August 18, 2009
98. ## Art

judging from this architectural structure, which of the following is not one of its main roles of art? A. creation of entertainment B. aesthetic representation C. financial incentive D. historical/ cultural representation what is the main role of this