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Points, Vectors, and Functions

Points, Vectors, and Functions

Graphing Polar Functions Exercises

Example 1

Without using a calculator, graph the function r = sin θ for

  1. 0 ≤ θ ≤ π

Example 2

Does the following graph match the given equation?

  • r = 1 + cos θ for 0 ≤ θ ≤ π

Example 3

Determine if each graph is a reasonable graph of the given equation.

  • for

Example 4

Is the graph a reasonable graph of the given equation?

r = 2sin θ for

Example 5

Is the graph a reasonable graph of the given equation?

r = 2sin θ for

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