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what's r and theta
r is the the directed distance from the origin and theta is angle starting from the initial ray
how do i find the direction and the theta?
plug in values for thetha to see what r would be for each thetha
just like you would do to f(x)=2 plug in values for x to see what y would be
i'm so confused...
which we know is a horizontal line because y doesn't change no matter x we put in
how are you confused? just plug in values for thetha like you would x
something like that
the answer would than be 4?
or do i divide?
? i don't understand what you are doing? i thought you were just showing an example of plugging in somthing for x
hey loco i'm scanning something for you
loco polar coordinates should be easy. why are you making it so difficult lol
the most inner circle on that graph is radius 1 the second most inner circle is radius 2
and so on
i tend to make things more difficult than they already are.
Thanks so much for your help :)
do you understand what I did
somewhat, but i'll get it i got rest of the night :P
are you having trouble graphing or plotting polar points?
do you know your ti83 if you have one can graph polar equations
we can't use calculators in any math classes at my college
i'm trying to do it without them
and i don't know how to do it on them because we never learned
neither did i until just now i was like can this even graph polar equations and i was like cool
it really helps if you know the unit cirlce do you know the unit circle in fact you cant do this without the unit circle
i'm still trying to remember it. i know most of it but mix up some of the numbers sometimes
thanks :) really helpful