Input Points with Polar Coordinates

In the input window at bottom of drawing pad, type the polar coordinates of a point.

That is:
   Example - for the point at 225° and radius 3,
     In the input window, type: (3;225
     Then click on the down arrow by the "=" and select the degree sign.
     Then type ) and hit Enter. 
     This point C will appear in Quadrant 3

 

IMPORTANT:
You must have a SEMI-COLON between the polar coordinates!


Enter as many points as you want!


To see the Cartesian coordinates of a point, right-click on it and select "Cartesian coordinates".
To switch back, right-click again on the point again and select "Polar coordinates".

 

 

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