How to polarplot theta=3*pi/4 ?

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Shivam Gupta
Shivam Gupta on 31 Oct 2016
Answered: Steven Lord on 1 Nov 2016
theta=3*pi/4
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Thorsten
Thorsten on 31 Oct 2016
This would be just a single point. Are you sure that this is what you want?
Shivam Gupta
Shivam Gupta on 31 Oct 2016
This would be like a straight line passing through origin with angle with positive x axis 3*pi/4

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Star Strider
Star Strider on 31 Oct 2016
Edited: Star Strider on 31 Oct 2016
theta = 3*pi/4;
figure(1)
plot(theta, 'pg')
EDIT Using the polar plot:
theta = 3*pi/4;
figure(1)
polar(theta*[1 1], [0 1], '-pg')

Thorsten
Thorsten on 1 Nov 2016
theta = 3/4*pi;
plot([0 cos(theta)], [0 sin(theta)])
axis equal
axis([-1 1 -1 1])

Steven Lord
Steven Lord on 1 Nov 2016
r = [-5 5];
theta = repmat(3*pi/4, size(r));
polarplot(theta, r)
Adjust the values in r to suit your desired polar axes radius.

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