I re-uploaded the graph. I think I am correct on this but I would like some other insight.
Using a graphing utility to see that the equations r = and r = have the same graph. Explain why. Hint show that the points and coincide
f1 starts a 1 and rotates up then down. f2 starts on 3 and rotates up to the left. here is a table showing the values of f1 and f2 at four points of the graph.
th 0, pi/2, pi, 3pi/2
f1 1, -1, -3, -1
f2 3, 1, -1, 1
points of the functions for 0, pi/2, pi, 3pi/2
(-3,pi) (-1, 3pi/2) (1,0) (-1, pi/2)
(3,0) (1, pi/2) (-1, pi) (1, 3pi/2)
these are all the same points. a negative r means flip it over to the other direction(+pi degrees). Looking at the first table f1 (1,0) and f2 (-1, pi). these are the same points. Shifting by pi results in the same points. The functions share the same points but at different input values of theta.