using only trigonometric identities, derive the differential area element in polar coordinates? any help with this problem or at least a start?
dont solve the problem for me, i would just like some clues, thanks
i know this much so far
dA=(dr)(rd θ)
using only trigonometric identities, derive the differential area element in polar coordinates? any help with this problem or at least a start?
dont solve the problem for me, i would just like some clues, thanks
i know this much so far
dA=(dr)(rd θ)