## How do you convert from Polar to Rectangular?

To convert from polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates, use the formulas x=rcosθ and y=rsinθ.

### What is the relationship between polar and rectangular coordinates?

We learned that polar coordinates locate a point in the plane with two values: a radius r and an angle θ. We also learned that rectangular coordinates use an x value and a y value to locate a point in the plane. In general, to convert between polar and rectangular coordinates use the following rules: x = r cos(θ)

#### How do you convert from phasor to rectangular?

Phasor form of vector a+jb is, v = V∠θ. To convert to rectangular form, calculate the horizontal and vertical axis values for the vector V. Rectangular form of vector V∠θ is, v = a+jb.

**How do you find a rectangular equation?**

Eliminate the parameter and find the corresponding rectangular equation.

- x=t+5y=t2.
- Rewrite the equation x=t+5 as t in terms of x .
- t+5=x t=x−5.
- Now, replace t by ( x−5 ) in the equation y=t2 .
- y=(x−5)2.
- Therefore, the corresponding rectangular equation is y=(x−5)2 .

**How do you add a rectangular form?**

REVIEW:

- To add complex numbers in rectangular form, add the real components and add the imaginary components. Subtraction is similar.
- To multiply complex numbers in polar form, multiply the magnitudes and add the angles. To divide, divide the magnitudes and subtract one angle from the other.

## How do you find the rectangular form?

Conversion between the two notational forms involves simple trigonometry. To convert from polar to rectangular, find the real component by multiplying the polar magnitude by the cosine of the angle, and the imaginary component by multiplying the polar magnitude by the sine of the angle.

### Do the polar coordinates and the rectangular coordinates represent the same point?

The polar representation of a point is not unique. For example, the polar coordinates ( 2 , π 3 ) ( 2 , π 3 ) and ( 2 , 7 π 3 ) ( 2 , 7 π 3 ) both represent the point ( 1 , 3 ) in the rectangular system.

#### What is Polar form and rectangular form?

The polar form of a complex number is another way to represent a complex number. The form z=a+bi is called the rectangular coordinate form of a complex number. We find the real and complex components in terms of r and θ where r is the length of the vector and θ is the angle made with the real axis.

**How do you convert polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates?**

Given polar coordinates, convert to rectangular coordinates. Multiply by to find the x- coordinate of the rectangular form. Multiply by to find the y- coordinate of the rectangular form. Write the polar coordinates as rectangular coordinates. Use the equivalent relationships.

**How do you plot a point on the polar grid?**

Plotting a Point on the Polar Grid Plot the point on the polar grid. The angle is found by sweeping in a counterclockwise direction 90° from the polar axis. The point is located at a length of 3 units from the pole in the direction, as shown in (Figure).

## How do you find the X and Y coordinates of a rectangle?

Multiply by to find the x- coordinate of the rectangular form. Multiply by to find the y- coordinate of the rectangular form. Write the polar coordinates as rectangular coordinates. Use the equivalent relationships. The rectangular coordinates are See (Figure). Write the polar coordinates as rectangular coordinates.