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Thanks for helping! Help with symmetries! Identify, graph, and state the symmetries of each polar equation. Write the scale that you are using for the polar axis. r=9cos(5 theta)
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I can't figure out the symmetries though

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anonymous
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|dw:1434247686398:dw| You can check if its symmetry by putting in \(-\theta\) in \(\theta\) \(r=9cos(5\theta)\) Replacing it, \(r=9cos(5(-\theta))\) \(r=9cos(-5\theta)\) Can be written as \(9cos(5\theta)=r\) Which means this equation is symmetrical
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Thanks for the explanation, but it asks me to say whether is has symmetries, such as symmetry about the polar axis, etc. I know that it does for the polar axis, but need help with the others

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