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# What is the polar equation of a circle of radius a

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Problem 4E

What is the polar equation of a circle of radius ?a? centered at the origin?

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Solution 4EStep 1:We have to find the polar equation of a circle with centre at the origin and radius |a|.We know that in polar form Where is the radius.The general equation of circle with centre at origin and radius |a| is given by Therefore the polar equation of the circle with centre at origin and radius |a| is given by

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