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Convert rectangular to polar two dimensional coordinates using a calculator.

The rectangular coordinates (x,y) and polar coordinates (R,t) are related as follows.

y = R sin t and x = R cos t

R2 = x2 + y2 and tan t = y/x

polar-rectangular conversion of coordinates.

The calculator finds R using R = sqrt(x 2 + y 2). Then finds the quadrant using the signs of x and y and solve any of the equations

x = R cos t or y = R sin t


for t such that t is in the range [0 , 2Pi).

How to use the calculator 1 - Enter x and y and press the button "enter".

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Updated: 2 April 2013

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