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Expert-verified Found in: Page 592 ### Precalculus Mathematics for Calculus

Book edition 7th Edition
Author(s) James Stewart, Lothar Redlin, Saleem Watson
Pages 948 pages
ISBN 9781337067508 # Different Polar Coordinates for the Same Point Plot the point that has the given polar coordinates. Then give two other polar coordinate representations of the point, one with $r<0$and the other with $r>0$$\left(3,1\right)$

The graph of a given point, The other two points are,$\left(-3,1+\pi \right)$$\left(3,1+2\pi \right)$

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## Step 1. Given information

A point in polar coordinates as $\left(3,1\right)$

## Step 2. Concept used

The point is plotted or presented on a graph using the polar coordinate system. The radius is represented by the first coordinate, while the angle is represented by the second.

## Step 3. Calculation

Now plot the point on the graph, Now for $r>o$, add$2\pi$ into the coordinate-

$⇒\left(3,1+2\pi \right)$ For$r , change the sign of radius and add $\pi$to angle given-

$⇒\left(-3,1+\pi \right)$  ### Want to see more solutions like these? 