Could anyone please help me learn how to determine the period of a polar or trigonometric parametric function? What I mean is, how do I determine the point in which the curve start tracing itself again over? Up to what point do I trace the whole curve? Our professor and math tutors suggest using the Calculor Window and increment the Tetha Max, but that is rather inaccurate if we need the exact bounds to find the Surface Area of a Curve. Thank you for your help.
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i don't think there is a general method for that. It will depend on your functions. Basicly it will be epressed in terms of sin and cos and their combinations. So you will have to transfor the expression in some way to see it
you can tell by seeing if there is a "slope" in the arguement if its linear
type thing; the m there would determine the perodicity based on the trig function itself