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u want to set this in polar too?
if u want polar u can do upper triangle in polar subtract lower triangle in polar same method
or all of that can be set up in polar 1 shot
triangles in polar are fun :D
Why would you want to do this in polar? Seems like a pretty straightforward problem as written, am I missing something?
It NEEDS to be in polar, unfortunately :( That's what makes it tricky!
It needs to be in polar because the problem statement says so?
I know it sounds stupid but it does
Okay, you'll forgive me for not understanding that, as it isn't actually stated above :-)
What do you mean? Yeah it is
sorry, it does, just not where I had the window scrolled, sigh.
I just saw "FutureMathProfessor: The trickiest double integral question" on the left side of the screen, "- SOLVE IN POLAR!" was below the fold, so to speak.
gimme medal i finished it for u... yeww butttboy
Well how do I find the 2nd limit?
the intersection between line x=2 and y =sqrt3 x
tan theta = sqrt3 *2 / 2
there u go@!! :)|
I was right??
LOLOL that was a pure 1000000000000000000000000000000% guess
i dunno lol i just figure u did thr work bahnahah
Were people supposed to memorize all points on the Unit Circle in trig class? I never did
me too xD
If someone told me what's x when cosx is sqrt(2)/2 I wouldn't know
When cosx is sqrt(2)/1 does that mean the angle is pi/4?
pi/3 u were right
OMFG THAT'S THE 30 60 90 FORMULA!
I'm learning so much tonight
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Is that what all of this is based off of? the 454590 and 306090 formulas?
so tan of 5pi/6 is -1/sqrt(3?)?
root3/-1 not -1 over
How would that side be sqrt(3) if the angle is only 30 degrees?
oh nvm u are right
i forgot that is 30 degrees
yep thats right
Omfg this makes sense! xD
Sorry I'm watching Jerry Springer so I'm not really paying attention for the next half our
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