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A curve in polar coordinates is given by: r = 12 + 5 cos 0.
Point Pis at 0 =
297
24
(1) Find polar coordinate r for P, with r > 0 and T <0 < .
r 3=
(2) Find cartesian coordinates for point P.
(3) How may times does the curve pass through the origin when 0 < 0 < 2n?
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A curve in polar coordinates is given by: r = 12 + 5 cos 0. Point Pis at 0 = 297 24 (1) Find polar coordinate r for P, with r > 0 and T <0 < . r 3= (2) Find cartesian coordinates for point P. (3) How may times does the curve pass through the origin when 0 < 0 < 2n?

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