What is the easiest method for graphing polar equations without using a calculator? Graph each polar equation. (1) r = 3 (2) r = 1 + sin(theta)
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Originally Posted by magentarita What is the easiest method for graphing polar equations without using a calculator? Graph each polar equation. (1) r = 3 (2) r = 1 + sin(theta) Plot points. Note that r = 3 is a circle of radius 3 centred on the origin. After some thught, it should be obvious why .....
Originally Posted by magentarita What is the easiest method for graphing polar equations without using a calculator? Graph each polar equation. (1)$\displaystyle r = 3$ (2) $\displaystyle r = 1 + \sin\theta$ Try looking at this site: Graphing Polar Equations It should be helpful.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Plot points. Note that r = 3 is a circle of radius 3 centred on the origin. After some thught, it should be obvious why ..... Plotting points in this case is very different than graphing functions on the xy-plane.
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