Cylindrical Coordinates

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Cylindrical coordinates are an alternative to the more common Cartesian coordinate system. This system is a generalization of polar coordinates to three dimensions by superimposing a height () axis. Move the sliders to convert cylindrical coordinates to Cartesian coordinates for a comparison.

Contributed by: Jeff Bryant (March 2011)
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