Find the area bounded by one loop of the "four leaf clover": it will be easier if i can draw the picture of it, but i'm having a hard time doing so, any help will be appearicated.
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does it look like a figure eight curve rotated 90 degrees over another?
Originally Posted by wopashui Find the area bounded by one loop of the "four leaf clover": it will be easier if i can draw the picture of it, but i'm having a hard time doing so, any help will be appearicated. Here is what Mathematica plots.
Originally Posted by wopashui Find the area bounded by one loop of the "four leaf clover": it will be easier if i can draw the picture of it, but i'm having a hard time doing so, any help will be appearicated. Have you tried converting to polar coordinates?
Originally Posted by dwsmith Here is what Mathematica plots. What's you're third dimension? Here's a 2D plot I get: (x^2+y^2)^3=4x^2y& #94;2 - Wolfram|Alpha
Originally Posted by chiph588@ What's you're third dimension? Here's a 2D plot I get: (x^2+y^2)^3=4x^2y& #94;2 - Wolfram|Alpha For some reason, it wouldn't plot in 2D.
Originally Posted by dwsmith For some reason, it wouldn't plot in 2D. Google ImplicitPlot
Originally Posted by chiph588@ Google ImplicitPlot It has to be called as ContourPlot
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