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Unformatted text preview: Math 1432 www.math.uh.edu/~pamb THINK: How many miles should it be to Houston on this strange signpost? DETROIT 94 HOUSTON ? ATLANTA 34 MEMPHIS 55 5. Find the area inside r = 3 sin θ and outside r = 1 + sin θ. 6. Find the area between the loops of r = 1 + 2 cos θ. POPPER Assignment 14 People Soft # 1. The polar plot of r = 2 + 2 cos θ is a a. flower b. line c. cardioid d. limaçon with loop e. limaçon with dent (dimple) 2. The polar plot of r = 5 – 2 cos θ is a a. flower b. line c. cardioid d. limaçon with loop e. limaçon with dent (dimple) 3. The polar plot of r = 7 – 12 cos θ is a a. flower b. line c. cardioid d. limaçon with loop e. limaçon with dent (dimple) 4. The polar plot of r = 2 cos 5θ is a a. flower with 5 petals b. flower with 2 petals c. flower with 10 petals d. circle with radius 5 e. circle with diameter 2 5. The polar plot of r = 4 cos θ is a a. circle centered at (0, 0) b. flower with 4 petals c. circle with radius 4, centered at (4, 0) d. circle with radius 2, centered at (2, 0) e. circle with radius 1, centered at (1, 0) -3...
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