# What is the polar form of #( 11,-99 )#?

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About: #(99.61, -1.46)

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The polar form of the point (11, -99) is ( r = \sqrt{11^2 + (-99)^2} ) and ( \theta = \arctan\left(\frac{-99}{11}\right) ). This gives the polar form as ( (r, \theta) = \left(\sqrt{12100}, \arctan\left(\frac{-99}{11}\right)\right) ). Simplifying further, ( (r, \theta) = (110, -1.48 , \text{rad}) ) (rounded to two decimal places).

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