Finding the area inside of a circle and outside of a circle?
Hello, I need some help with another calculus 2 problem involving area. How do I find the area inside of a circle r= -12cos(theta) and outside of the circle r= 6?
Re: Finding the area inside of a circle and outside of a circle?
Originally Posted by Hamzawesome
Hello, I need some help with another calculus 2 problem involving area. How do I find the area inside of a circle r= -12cos(theta) and outside of the circle r= 6?
you've posted a few polar area problems in this forum without any attempt shown on your part ... once again, you really need to sketch the graphs to help you visualize the desired region and you also need to set the two polar equations equal to locate intersections.