cartesian to polar form

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Sarah Janahi
Sarah Janahi on 30 Apr 2021
Answered: Nagasai Bharat on 3 May 2021
How to write x^2 times e^(xy) in polar function in MATLAB
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Sarah Janahi
Sarah Janahi on 30 Apr 2021
polar is when you replace
(x) with r cos(theta)
and (y) with r sin(theta)

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Nagasai Bharat
Nagasai Bharat on 3 May 2021
Hi,
To convert co-ordinated from x,y form (cartesian) to r,theta form(polar). The cart2pol function would help you achieve it.
But if want to represent an equation in the polar(Represent a point in place using r and theta as axis) from replace x,y with r.cos(theta), r.sin(theta) where r => radius co-ordinate and theta => angle co-ordinate.

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