Identify (a) r=\frac{4}{1+3\sin \theta} (b) r=\frac{7}{1-3\cos \theta} (c) r=\frac{8}{6+5\cos \theta} (d) r=\frac{3}{2-3\sin \theta}

Bevan Mcdonald 2021-08-14 Answered

Identify each conic using eccentricity.
(a) \(r=\frac{4}{1+3\sin \theta}\)
(b) \(r=\frac{7}{1-3\cos \theta}\)
(c) \(r=\frac{8}{6+5\cos \theta}\)
(d) \(r=\frac{3}{2-3\sin \theta}\)
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