Python Math: Convert Polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates
Python Math: Exercise-35 with Solution
Write a Python program to convert Polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates.
import cmath cn = complex(3,4) # get polar coordinates print("Polar Coordinates: ",cmath.polar(cn)) # polar to rectangular. Format for input is (length, ‹angle in radians›). #Returns a complex number cn1 = cmath.rect(2, cmath.pi) print("Polar to rectangular: ",cn1)
Polar Coordinates: (5.0, 0.9272952180016122) Polar to rectangular: (-2+2.4492935982947064e-16j)
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