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# MAT 110 Chapter 10 Study Guide MAT 110

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This is the study guide for the following sections: 10.1 Polar Coordinates 10.2 Polar Equations and Graphs Classification of Polar Equations Notes
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Precalculus Mathematics 2
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Dr. Singh
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MAT 110 Precalculus Mathematics 2 Chapter 10 Study Guide Notes L. Sterling September 28th, 2016 Abstract Provide a generalization to each of the key terms listed in this section. 1 Polar to Rectangular Coordinates Rectangular Coordinates = Cartesian Coordinates P : Point Polar Coordinates : (r; ▯) Rectangular Coordinates : (x; y) x = r cos ▯ y = r sin ▯ 1 2 Rectangular to Polar p r = x + y2 r = x + y 2 y tan ▯ = [x 6= 0] x 3 Polar to Rectangular Multiply both sides by "r": Square both sides: 4 Rectangular Coordinates (r; ▯) 5 Polar Coordinates (x; y) 6 Theorem: Horizontal and Vertical Line 6.1 Horizontal Line a : Real Number Equation : r sin ▯ = a a ▯ 0 : a units lying above the pole a < 0 : jaj units below the pole 2 6.2 Vertical Line Equation : r cos ▯ = a a ▯ 0 : Units lying to the right of the pole a < 0 : jaj units to the left of the pole 7 Theorem: Horizontal and Vertical Line 7.1 Horizontal Line a : Real Number Equation : r sin ▯ = a a ▯ 0 : a units lying above the pole a < 0 : jaj units below the pole 7.2 Vertical Line Equation : r cos ▯ = a a ▯ 0 : Units lying to the right of the pole a < 0 : jaj units to the left of the pole 8 Theorem: Equations and Circles Descriptions 8.1 r = 2a sin ▯ Radius : a Center : (0; a) 3 8.2 r = ▯2a sin ▯ Radius : a Center : (0; ▯a) 8.3 r = 2a cos ▯ Radius : a Center : (a; 0) 8.4 r = ▯2a cos ▯ Radius : a Center : (▯a; 0) 8.5 Circles Every circle would be passing through the pole: 9 Theorem: Symmetry Tests [in terms of in po- lar equations] 9.1 Symmetric, but with respect to the Polar Axis: X- Axis Replace ▯ ! ▯▯ 4 9.2 Symmetric, but with respect to the Line: Y ▯ Axis [▯ = ] 2 Replace ▯ ! ▯ ▯ ▯ 9.3 Symmetric, but with respect to the Pole: Origin Replace r ! ▯r 10 Cardioids 10.1 Formed Equations [When a > 0] r = a(1 + cos ▯) r = a(1 + sin ▯) r = a(1 ▯ cos ▯) r = a(1 ▯ sin ▯) 10.2 Graph Passes through the Pole h i a Alternative Form when b = 2 ! 2b = a : r = 2b(1 + cos ▯) r = 2b(1 + sin ▯) r = 2b(1 ▯ cos ▯) r = 2b(1 + sin ▯) 5

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