Finding the Arc Length of a Polar Curve In Exercises 59-64, use a graphing utility to graph the polar equation over the given interval. Use the integration capabilities of the graphing utility to approximate the length of the curve.
To graph: The polar equation over the interval by the use of graphing utility and to determine the approximate length of the curve by using integration capability of graphing utility.
The polar equation over the interval .
Arc length of polar curve is .
Use the following steps in TI-83 for the curve of polar equation:
Open TI-83 calculator.
Press and select the Pol option.
Press to access window editor.
Step 6: Set window as
Step 7: Press .
The curve obtained is:
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