# What is the Cartesian form of #( -1, (4pi)/3 ) #?

So we can use Euler's formula (or at least the idea behind it) to convert between Cartesian and polar:

From that, we just plug in the numbers, remembering our unit circle:

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The Cartesian form of (-1, (4π)/3) is (-1, -√3).

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