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El_Arrow

  • one year ago

quick calculus question please help

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    how do you know it goes from 0 to pi/2?

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    @ganeshie8 please help

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    just want to know how you get the integral to go from 0 to pi/2

  6. ganeshie8
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    I think you will have to sketch it first |dw:1435509219675:dw|

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    okay so i see the center is 0,0 but where is pi/2? @ganeshie8

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    angle is measured from "positive x axis" : |dw:1435511439240:dw|

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    so \(\theta =0\) corresponds to the positive x axis : |dw:1435511572664:dw|

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    \(\theta=\frac{\pi}{2}\) corresponds to the positive y axis : |dw:1435511632934:dw|

  11. El_Arrow
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    thank you @ganeshie8

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    yw

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