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Figure 13-6j shows the two polar curves r1 = 5 + 4 cos and r2 = 1 + 6 sin a. Which graph

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Figure 13-6j shows the two polar curves r1 = 5 + 4 cos and r2 = 1 + 6 sin a. Which graph is which? What special name is given to each graph? b. The graphs cross at = 90. Is this a true intersection? Explain. c. The graphs cross at a point in the first quadrant. Show that this is a true intersection, and find its polar coordinates. Figure 13-6j

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Mycenae 3/22/16: Mycenaean Culture Continued Reconstruction of Mycenae ● Cyclopean Masonry​ : massive rough stones that have been levered/stacked into place without mortar; named because the monuments were so large, it was as if they could only have been built by mythical cyclops/giants ○ Implied huge wealth and power; was used to fortify cities and intimidate enemies ● Lion Gate​: ca 1250 BCE; famous example of cyclopean masonry, features a relieving triangle with what appears to be two lions

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Figure 13-6j shows the two polar curves r1 = 5 + 4 cos and r2 = 1 + 6 sin a. Which graph