Move your to the other side of the equation. You'll use the relationships and to substitute a couple of things (so that you're only playing with 's and 's) before you simplify and graph your result.
i've been working on this following question for ages and I wondered if anyone can help
The curve is defined in the polar coordinates:
= 3/(1+cos(phi))
write the equation for this curve in the cartesian system of coordinates.
plot this curve. what is the name of the curve?
I probably can do the last bits once I can get the equation