# What is the Cartesian form of #( 6,-pi/3 )#?

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The Cartesian form of the point (6, -π/3) in polar coordinates is:

(6 * cos(-π/3), 6 * sin(-π/3))

Simplify the trigonometric functions:

(6 * cos(-π/3), 6 * sin(-π/3)) = (6 * (1/2), 6 * (-√3/2))

= (3, -3√3).

So, the Cartesian form of the point (6, -π/3) is (3, -3√3).

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