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Find the cartesian equation of the curves given by the parametric equations x sin t y cos t


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1.So I am looking at polar and Cartesian and converting between the two. My question is, I have never seen ...

seen an equation of a circle this is moved in both the x and y direction be converted to a polar equation. For example, I know that the equation of a circle x^(2)+(y-2)^(2)=4 is r=4sin(theta) when converted to polar. Same thing for a translation with the x variable. However, I have never seen, nor do I know how to do, a conversion of a circle with both translations. For example, converting this equation of a circle to a polar equation: (x+3)^(2)+(y-4)^(2)=4. I have no idea how to do such a thing and cannot find any examples of such. Hope you can shed some light on this, Thanks.
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