Find the cartesian equations of these polar equations- 1.r=a(theta)/(theta-1) 2.r(1-e^theta)=a 3.r(theta)cos(theta)=acos2(theta)
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Hello, roshanhero! These are particularly ugly problems! . . Very little simpliying is possible. We need: . Find the cartesian equations of these polar equations: We have: . We have: . Multiply by . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Can't we have the form that contains only x and y terms?
Originally Posted by roshanhero Can't we have the form that contains only x and y terms? Isn't that what I found?
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