# Difference between revisions of "Polar Command"

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:{{Example|1=<code>Polar[(0,2), y = x^2 - 3x + 5]</code> creates the line 1.5''x'' + 0.5''y'' = 4}} | :{{Example|1=<code>Polar[(0,2), y = x^2 - 3x + 5]</code> creates the line 1.5''x'' + 0.5''y'' = 4}} | ||

{{Note| See also [[File:Mode polardiameter.svg|link=|24px]] [[Polar or Diameter Line Tool|Polar or Diameter Line]] tool.}} | {{Note| See also [[File:Mode polardiameter.svg|link=|24px]] [[Polar or Diameter Line Tool|Polar or Diameter Line]] tool.}} | ||

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+ | :{{Example|1=<code>Polar[1.5x+0.5y=4, y = x^2 - 3x + 5]</code> creates the point ''(0, 2)''}} |

## Revision as of 22:47, 21 December 2015

- Polar[ <Point>, <Conic> ]
- Creates the polar line of the given point relative to the conic section.
**Example:**`Polar[(0,2), y = x^2 - 3x + 5]`

creates the line 1.5*x*+ 0.5*y*= 4

**Note:**See also Polar or Diameter Line tool.

and reverse of the previous :

- Polar[<Line>, <Conic>]
**Example:**`Polar[1.5x+0.5y=4, y = x^2 - 3x + 5]`

creates the point*(0, 2)*