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9.2 Graphs of Polar Equations

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9.2 Graphs of Polar Equations

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

Many of these equations are difficult to transform into Cartesian form, this one is easy

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

- Rose
- Circle (rose with no petals)

- Lemniscate
- Lehm-NIHS-kuht

- Limaçon
- Cardioid
- Why is it called that?

- Cardioid
- Spiral of Archimedes

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

- Identify each classical curve and explain how you came to that conclusion:

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.

- Identify each classical curve and explain how you came to that conclusion:
Rose:

Lemniscate:

Circle oriented not at the origin:

Limacon:

By the end of this section, students will be able to identify and graph polar equations.