In this video I now show you how to convert the following equations of polar curves into Cartesian curves.

The examples used are:

Convert the following:

  1. r = 4
  2. {r^2} = \cos 2\theta \hphantom{a}\text{  for  } \hphantom{a} 0 < \theta  < \dfrac{\pi }{4}
  3. r = 3 - \sin 2\theta
Converting Polar Curves to Cartesian Form : ExamSolutions Maths Revision - youtube Video