This is just a quick post and I hope you find this useful.
One time, I browse for something at the Morayta branch of National Book Store and I heard a group of students asking the sales lady for a polar graph paper. From the look of her face, the sales lady seemed know nothing about a polar graph and she courteously told the students that they don't have what they are looking.
I remembered then the polar coordinate paper I created years ago. So I dig it up from my backup hard drive and I am glad I found it. This is what this post is all about. I made this polar paper available for download and its free to everyone. Just print it out and you have the polar coordinates ready for use.
The file is in .pdf format and it contains two pages. The first page is the polar coordinates with angles written in degree and the second page is a polar coordinates with angles written in radian.