In polar coordinates ${r}^{2}=-6r\mathrm{sin}\theta$ the equation in Cartesian coordinates find theb equation and plot it

Cheyanne Leigh
2021-09-02
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In polar coordinates ${r}^{2}=-6r\mathrm{sin}\theta$ the equation in Cartesian coordinates find theb equation and plot it

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Faiza Fuller

Answered 2021-09-03
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