# cartesian to polar form

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Sarah Janahi le 30 Avr 2021
How to write x^2 times e^(xy) in polar function in MATLAB
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John D'Errico le 30 Avr 2021
Modifié(e) : John D'Errico le 30 Avr 2021
What does a polar function mean? Is it really cold?
Hint: e^(xy) is simply
exp(x.*y)
Perhaps by polar you mean that you want to write a conversion into polar coordinates. But that has nothing to do with MATLAB. For that, you need to understand how to perform a coordinate transformation. So, what do you have? What do you really need to do?
And, by the way, if you really want help, learn to write a descriptive subject, as nobody can know what they are getting into by the subject: "Guys help me please". Why do you want to make it more difficult for you to find help?
Sarah Janahi le 30 Avr 2021
polar is when you replace
(x) with r cos(theta)
and (y) with r sin(theta)

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Nagasai Bharat le 3 Mai 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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