   Chapter 10.6, Problem 29E

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Textbook Problem

# Comparing Graphs In Exercises 27-30, use a graphing utility to graph the conic. Describe bow the graph differs from the graph in the indicated exercise. r = 6 2 + cos ( θ + π / 6 ) (See Exercise 16.)

To determine

To Graph:

The sketch of the conic r=62+cos(θ+π6) using graphing utility and state how the graphs differ from the graph in indicated exercise.

Explanation

Given: The provided polar equation is r=62+cos(θ+π6)(See exercise 19).

Graph:

Use Ti83 graphing calculator to graph the polar equation r=62+cos(θ+π6). The following steps are followed.

Step 1. Press ‘MODE’ button.

Step 2. Go to ‘Func’ and choose ‘Pol’.

Step 3. Press ‘Y=’ button and write r1=62+cos(θ+π6)

Step 4. Press ‘GRAPH’ button.

The required graph is obtained as:

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