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

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The Cartesian form of the point ((-3, \frac{\pi}{4})) is obtained by expressing its coordinates in terms of Cartesian coordinates, which are represented as ((x, y)).

Given that the point has coordinates ((-3, \frac{\pi}{4})), we can identify (x = -3) and (y = \frac{\pi}{4}).

Therefore, the Cartesian form of the point ((-3, \frac{\pi}{4})) is ((-3, \frac{\pi}{4})).

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