Find the polar form of

a)

b)

I can manipulate the equation all I want but I don't know when I've got the polar form. Is there a standard form or something?

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- April 11th 2006, 05:47 PMc_323_hPolar Form of Equation
Find the polar form of

a)

b)

I can manipulate the equation all I want but I don't know when I've got the polar form. Is there a standard form or something? - April 11th 2006, 08:35 PMCaptainBlackQuote:

Originally Posted by**c_323_h**

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then substitute these into your equations.

RonL - April 12th 2006, 03:46 AMc_323_h
but after i do that i can still manipulate the equation many times. how do i know which equation to write? do i keep going until i can no longer simplify?

this is my answer for the first one.

r=6/2cosx-3sinx

and for the second one

r^2(sin^2)-4rcos(x)=0 - April 13th 2006, 03:23 AMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**c_323_h**

-Dan