hi i am really having trouble with converting rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates because i first have to graph the points and find four different ways to express those points with differing angles
hi i am really having trouble with converting rectangular coordinates to polar coordinates because i first have to graph the points and find four different ways to express those points with differing angles. the points that i am having trouble with are (-10,-10)
Hi, i am in 7th grade and i am having trouble with Science and History, because i have D's in those classes i need help to get up to a B, so i can get up to speed can you help me figure out of a way to help. I have ADHD so it can get hard.
d) x +y (iv) r 2 7 The graph of r Sin 20 is given in both rectangular and polar coordinates. Identify the points in (B) corresponding to the points A-I in (A), with corresponding intervals. C E Describe the graph of: r-a Cas θ + b Sin θ 8) Write the equation, in polar coordinate, of a line with (2, 9) 5 the closest point to the origin. d) x +y (iv) r 2 7 The graph of r...
Hi. I am having trouble with this problem: Expressed in a + bi form, 5/ 3 + i is equuivalent to... A) 15 - 5i, B) (3/2) - (1/2i), C) (5/3) - 5i, D) (15/8) - (5/8i)
Hi, I am an accouting student and I need help with an assignment which I am working on which is due in two weeks but I am not able to solve it because I am really having a difficult time doing it. The assignment is the Dublin Shirt Company by Peter Clarke,if anyone knows what I am talking about is it possible to help me with the questions I would really appreciate it. Thank-you very much
Hi all, I am having some trouble with vectors at the moment, I was hoping someone could show me how to do the following problems correctly. a) Find the distance between (2, -3, 1) and (-1, 0, -3) b) Find the maginitude of the vector ~w = 2~i - ~j + 4~k. (The ~ symbols represent an arrow above the values in the positive direction, I didnt know how to express this properly) Any help would be great, Thanks, -Nick.
Hi, I am a senior in High School having a really difficult time with two problems. I have to prove using the trigonometric identities that they equal each other but I am having a really hard time trying to get them to equal each other. I've spent over 2 hours trying to get these two problems right but I can't. I don't know if the math problems themselves are working because there is some error or that I am just...
I am having some trouble with this problem: What characteristics do the numbers 8, 10, 15, 26 and 33 have that the numbers 5, 9, 16, 18, and 24 don't have? ( Hint: List the factors of the numbers.) Give two numbers that have this characteristic. Here is my answer: 8, 10, 15, 26, 33 each have four distinct factions. Another 2 numbers that have this characteristic are: 6 and 27. Did I answer this right? Could you explain it...
Hi all, Im still having trouble with these graphing problems, I need to; Find equation of the line plane through the three points: (1,-1,-2),(2,1,2) and (-2,0,-7) Im not sure how to do it, so a solution with steps and explanations would be great. Thanks, -Nick
I am having a real issue with this one problemthe problem is : y=1/3x-3I am supposed to graph the problem and then find the y intercept.First I substituted x with 12.Y=1/3(12)-3s divided by 12 is 4, now I subtract 3from 4 and get 1therefore, my first set reads(12,1)I do the same operations for the second set, but this time I use 15, now I have my second set ( 15,2) So mu ordered pairs are (12,1) and ( 15,2)My y...