# What is the Cartesian form of (6,2pi)?

Jan 27, 2016

(6,0)

#### Explanation:

We know,
When converting a Polar point into Cartesian,
$x = r \cos \theta$
$y = r \sin \theta$

where $\theta$ is the angle and r is the length .
so polar form of (6, $2 \pi$ ) is
$x = 6 \cos 2 \pi = 6 \cdot 1 = 6$
$y = 6 \sin 2 \pi = 6 \cdot 0 = 0$