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1. Consider the polar equation \(r=3sin(2\theta)\)

     (a) Complete the tables for the given values of \(\theta\). Round the the nearest tenth as needed. 

 

\(\theta\) 0 \(\pi/6\) \(\pi/4\) \(\pi/3\) \(\pi/2\) \(2\pi/3\) \(3\pi/4\) \(5\pi/6\) \(\pi\)
\(r=3sin(2\theta)\)                  

 

 

\(\theta\) \(7\pi/6\) \(5\pi/4\) \(4\pi/3\) \(3\pi/2\) \(5\pi/3\) \(7\pi/4\) \(11\pi/6\) \(2\pi\)
                 
 May 15, 2020
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Make certain that the calculator is in radian mode, then, one at a time, enter the angles:

r  =  3·sin( 2·0 )  =       0 

r  =  3·sin( 2·pi/6 )  =   2.6

etc.

 May 16, 2020

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