Consider a curve given in polar coordinates by the equation
r = sec(theta +pi/4).
Find the equation of the tangent line (in Cartesian coordinates) at the point where theta= 0.
Simplify your answer as much as possible.
Thanks.
Consider a curve given in polar coordinates by the equation
r = sec(theta +pi/4).
Find the equation of the tangent line (in Cartesian coordinates) at the point where theta= 0.
Simplify your answer as much as possible.
Thanks.
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