Consider the curve in the plane given in polar coordinates by r=4\sin \theta. Find t

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Consider the curve in the plane given in polar coordinates by \(\displaystyle{r}={4}{\sin{\theta}}\). Find the cartesian equation for the curve and identify the curve

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