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# What is the polar equation of a horizontal line?

The polar equation of y=k is r=kcsctheta.

This can be obtained by using y=rsintheta, one of the conversion equations that relate the Cartesian and polar systems. By substitution, we have rsintheta=k, and consequently r=k/sintheta, which is equivalent to r=kcsctheta.

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