The limaon of Pascal is defined by the equation r a cos u b. [The curve is named after tienne Pascal (15881640), the father of Blaise Pascal. According to mathematics historian Howard Eves, however, the curve is misnamed; it appears earlier, in the writings of Albrecht Drer (14711528).] When a b, the curve is a cardioid; when a 0 the curve is a circle. Graph the following limaons. (a) r 2 cos u 1 (d) r cos u 2 (b) r 2 cos u 1 (e) r 2 cos u 2 (c) r cos u 2 (f) r cos u B

Extra Credit: ‘The Abolitionists’ 29th January @ 7pm Library Auditorium (see syllabus for extra credit information) 27 January 2014 English Colonies: North and South LESSON IDEA: After a troubled start, England established northern and southern colonies for different purposes, including capital gain and to set an example of model communities. These distinct purposes paved...