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Identify the curve by finding a Cartesian equation for the curve.

18. θ = π/3

11. 2 r< 3, 5T/30 7T/3
12. r 1, mT 2T
13. Find the distance between the points with polar coordinates
(4, 4TT/3) and (6, 5T/3).
14. Find a formula for the distance between the points with polar
coordinates (r1, 01) and (r2, 02).
8TBRUD
15-20 Identify the curve by finding a Cartesian equation for the
curve.
15. r25
16. r
4 sec 0
17. r 5 cos
18. 0 TT/3
19. r2cos 20 = 1
20. r sin 20 1
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11. 2 r< 3, 5T/30 7T/3 12. r 1, mT 2T 13. Find the distance between the points with polar coordinates (4, 4TT/3) and (6, 5T/3). 14. Find a formula for the distance between the points with polar coordinates (r1, 01) and (r2, 02). 8TBRUD 15-20 Identify the curve by finding a Cartesian equation for the curve. 15. r25 16. r 4 sec 0 17. r 5 cos 18. 0 TT/3 19. r2cos 20 = 1 20. r sin 20 1

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Step 1

Given that

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л ө 3

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To identify the curve by finding the Cartesian equation

Step 3

From the trigonome...

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tan tan 3 sin e but tan0 and tan 3 cose sin e then cos e

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