anonymous
  • anonymous
When finding the limit of a function of two variables, is it always better to change it to polar coordinates and find it?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
No, sometimes changing to polar coordinates lead to false results
anonymous
  • anonymous
It can lead to a less then desirable method of solving a problem. Some Problems are best solved with xy coordinate while something like a circular in nature problem can best be solved in Polar.
anonymous
  • anonymous
Do lots of practice. The polar method is powerful but only when you fully understand it.

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