   Chapter 10.5, Problem 2E

Chapter
Section
Textbook Problem

Points of Intersection Explain why finding points of intersection of polar graphs may require further analysis beyond solving two equations simultaneously.

To determine
The reason to find points of intersection of polar graph which may require further analysis beyond solving two equations simultaneously

Explanation

Finding the point of intersection of polar graphs may require further analysis beyond solving two equations simultaneously.

Take examples of two polar equations r=12cosθ and r=1.

Solve these equations to obtain the point of intersection

r=12cosθ1=12cosθcosθ=0θ=π2,3π2

So, point of intersection will be (1,

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