**Polar paper, also known as polar graph paper, is a type of grid paper that is used to create diagrams, charts, and graphs with a polar coordinate system.** The grid on polar paper is made up of concentric circles with evenly spaced radii, and radial lines that radiate out from the center point. This allows for the creation of diagrams, charts, and graphs that are based on polar coordinates, which are defined by a distance from the center point (the radius) and an angle from a reference direction (the angle).

Polar paper is commonly used in mathematics, physics, and engineering for creating diagrams and charts that show the relationship between polar coordinates - and it is also used in trigonometry, for creating diagrams and charts to help visualise and understand concepts related to sine, cosine, and tangent.

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Available graph paper types include:

Graph Paper | Grid Paper |
Isometric Paper | Hexagonal Paper |
Lined Paper (or Note Paper) | Polar Paper (or Polar Chart Paper) |
Radar Paper | Ternary Paper (or Ternary Plot Paper) |
Artists Grid Paper | Vitruvian Man Paper |
Math Axis Graph Paper

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Here are some quick links to commonly used graph paper designs: dotted grid paper (A4/portrait), graph paper (A4/portrait), isometric grid paper (A4/portrait), and hexagonal grid paper (A4/portrait),

See our full list of available graph papers (types and sizes)

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