Polar Derivative Calculator + Online Solver With Free Steps

1 Answer Bill K. Aug 13, 2015 If r = f (θ) is the polar curve, then the slope at any given point on this curve with any particular polar coordinates (r,θ) is f '(θ)sin(θ) + f (θ)cos(θ) f '(θ)cos(θ) − f (θ)sin(θ) Explanation: If r = f (θ), then x =

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