Find the tangents at the pole for r=2(1-sin theta) I've been having alot of trouble with this concept. So far Ive tried setting r= to 0 and solving for theta but i dont know if thats right...
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There's a little more to it than that. Find the derivative of and plug it all in. Then, set to 0 and solve for theta. I just used t for less typing. Upon doing all that, you should get Just set and solve for t. Spoiler:
thanks. so for my next problem its r=3sin2t so i would solve for dy/dx, set the numerator equal to zero, and solve for t?
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