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Unformatted text preview: r 4(1 cos ) =Example 2 Test for symmetry and then graph the equation r cos 2 = Test for symmetry about the polar axis on r=2+cos (a) It is symmetric. (b) It definitely is not symmetric. (c) It may or may not be symmetric. Test for symmetry about the line = on 2 r=2+cos (a) It is symmetric. (b) It definitely is not symmetric. (c) It may or may not be symmetric. Test for symmetry about the on r=2+cos pole (a) It is symmetric. (b) It definitely is not symmetric. (c) It may or may not be symmetric....
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 Fall '11
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