These guided notes and the included homework assignment are a great introduction to polar coordinates.
The notes cover:
--Why do we care about polar coordinates?
--What are polar coordinates?
--How to go back and forth between polar and rectangular coordinates.
--How to express a polar equation as a rectangular equation and vice versa.
The homework has students practice graphing points in polar coordinates and changing equations from polar to rectangular.
Check out my other polar graphing resources:
Polar Graphing Notes and Homework
Polar Graphing Practice Color Match Activity
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