The cardioid ; find the length of its circumference. The formula for polar equations: is what stumps me, how do i convert that to something that can be integrated? Thanks
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Originally Posted by arze The cardioid ; find the length of its circumference. The formula for polar equations: is what stumps me, how do i convert that to something that can be integrated? Thanks integrate Sqrt[1 - Sin[x]] - Wolfram|Alpha Click on Show steps.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic integrate Sqrt[1 - Sin[x]] - Wolfram|Alpha Click on Show steps. Ok, so i did that, and got: which gives me 0. I tried adding the integrals between and 0, and and they still add to 0. Thanks!
Hello, arze! The cardioid ; find the length of its circumference. We have: . Multiply by . . . . . . . . . . . . . Got it?
yes, got it! Thanks!
ok, now i have another problem. between pi and 0, u has the same values, what values should i use? for the angles?
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