# 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

### Example 5

- (5,0)

### Example 6

### Example 7

### Example 8

### Example 9

### Example 10

- (-2,0)