Graphing a Polar Equation In Exercises 79-82, use a graphing utility to graph the polar equation. Find an interval for H over which the graph is traced only once.
To graph: The polar equation with the help of graphing utility. Also identify an interval over for which the graph is traced only once.
The polar equation is .
Consider the equation,
Use the Ti-83 calculator to draw the graph. The steps are as follows:
Step 1: Press the [MODE] key. Use the arrow keys to select Radian and press the [ENTER] key. Again, use the arrow key to select Pol and press the [ENTER] key.
Step 2: Press the key.
Step 3: To the right of r1, type  press [(] key twice and type . Press the key and [COS] key followed by [ALPHA] key and then  to enter
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