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The Cartesian system of rectangular coordinates is not the only graphing system. This chapter explores the polarcoordinatesystem.

P

(r, θ)

r

θ

O

(polar axis)

fixed ray OA

A

We will graph in what is called the rθ-plane

fixed point (pole or origin)

A polar coordinate is the ordered pair (r, θ)

r = distance from pole to point

θ = angle from polar axis (deg or rad)

(pos or neg)

on

terminal side

on opposite of terminal side

(pos or neg)

counterclockwise

clockwise

Ex 1) Graph each point on the only graphing system. This chapter explores the rθ-plane. (Just sketch)

a)

b)

c)

O

P

Q

O

O

R

Note: Since only graphing system. This chapter explores the θ and θ + 2πn, n will produce equal angles, a point can be represented in infinitely many polar coordinate pairs.

r can also be positive or negative, adding to the options

Note: If r > 0 and 0 ≤ θ < 2π, then (r, θ) represents exactly 1 point.

Ex 2) Plot

Which of these does NOT represent the same point?

(Identify and fix it)

1

A) B) C)

An equation with polar coordinates is a only graphing system. This chapter explores the polarequation. We will graph with constants today, r = c and θ = k, and explore more complicated ones tomorrow.

Ex 3) Graph each polar equation.

a) r = 3

(length always 3

angle is anything)

1 2 3

b)

(angle always

r can be anything

positive or negative)

OR

Your turn. Graph on whiteboard. only graphing system. This chapter explores the

c) d) r = –4

*same as r = 4

1 2 3 4

If we superimposed the rectangular coordinate system on the only graphing system. This chapter explores the rθ-plane we can discover their relationships.

In cartesian:

(x, y)

(r, θ)

r

y

= r sinθ

θ

x

= r cosθ

and

also

You will use these relationships to change equations from one system to another system.

Ex 4) Find the rectangular coordinates. Round to nearest hundredth.

(if necessary)

a)

b)

(not famous – use calculator)

**RAD mode

To convert from rectangular to polar: hundredth.

(if x > 0)

(if x < 0)

Ex 5) Find polar coordinates of

Homework hundredth.

#1001 Pg 482 #1–53 odd, 34, 40, 54

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