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Points, Vectors, and Functions

Points, Vectors, and Functions

Example 1

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 2

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 3

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 4

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 5

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

  • (5,0)

Example 6

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 7

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 8

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 9

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

Example 10

For each set of polar coordinates, (a) determine which quadrant the point lies in (or which quadrants it lies between) and then (b) graph the point.

  •  (-2,0)
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