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Restricting domain based on polar coordinates
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I know that you can restrict a function's domain in cartesian coordinates by saying x(A)<x<x(B), but is there any way to restrict it based on the angle in the polar coordinate form? I know you can fetch the angle with angle(A), but I'm not sure if I can restrict something like a sinusoid graph with that. Thank you.
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Without exception every point is stored in Cartesian coordinates.
But you can always evaluate the angle of polar coordinates to any point
relative to origin with: Angle(<Point>)
relativ to an other point with: Angle(Vector(<point1>, <point2>)
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