Dear sir, Would be very glad if someone help me in the below problem. thanks
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Do you know the formula for arc length, polar?
Last edited by dwsmith; Nov 24th 2010 at 10:01 PM.
Thanks for the reply. Yes I know the formula which involves theta but limits for 'r' is given , not theta. It is from here I faced difficulty.Please help}
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Thanks but how we are going to put 'r square' in term of theta and covert the limits of r from 1 to 3 into theta =? Please help Thanks
Dear Sir, I would appreciate very much if someone would show me the solution to the above question. Thanks
I am unable to see the "attached image" and so have no idea what the problem is.
the question is in the top of this page Thanks
Dear Sir, I would be much obliged if someone can show me the solution of the above problem thanks
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