# How do you convert (6, 2pi) into cartesian form?

Nov 12, 2016

Cartesian Coordinates are:$\left(6 , 0\right)$

#### Explanation:

Converting the given polar coordinates$\left(r = 6 , \theta = 2 \pi\right)$ to
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rectangular ones is determined by applying the following properties.

$x = r \cos \theta = 6 \times \cos 2 \pi = 6 \times 1 = 6$
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$y = r \sin \theta = 6 \times \sin 2 \pi = 6 \times 0 = 0$

The Cartesian Coordinates are $\left(6 , 0\right)$