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PJ OrtizPost authorApril 11, 2014 at 2:12 pmPermalink That wasn't so difficult…Try doing the same for y = 2 – x^2I've been cracking my head on this one…. Reply

Sebastian GaggeroPost authorJune 25, 2017 at 7:20 pmPermalink But you are losing the values of theta where cos(θ)=0 … Reply

Orion D. HunterPost authorApril 9, 2019 at 9:04 pmPermalink This is the approximate answer in LaTeX form:r=frac{1}{1-sinleft(thetaright)} Reply

YES!!

Thank you SO much!

That wasn't so difficult…Try doing the same for y = 2 – x^2

I've been cracking my head on this one….

But you are losing the values of theta where cos(θ)=0 …

This is the approximate answer in LaTeX form:

r=frac{1}{1-sinleft(thetaright)}