The point $P$ with polar coordinates $(r,\theta)$ is such that $OP=r$ and the angle between the x-axis and the line through $OP$ is $\theta$ measured counter clockwise. Equivalently if $P$ has Cartesian coordinates $(x,y)$ then $x=r\cos \theta$ and $y=r\sin \theta$.

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