How do you plot the polar coordinate #(2, (5pi)/6)#?

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Alan P. Share
Nov 2, 2016

Answer:

Polar coordinate #(2,(5pi)/6)# is a distance of #2# from the origin
and at an angle of #(5pi)/6#

Explanation:

Note that the angle #(5pi)/6# has a reference angle of #pi/6# above the #pi# axis.
#pi/6# is a common angle with hypotenuse #=2# and opposite side #=1#
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