Find parametric equations for x, y, and z in terms of the polar coordinates r and \theta todetermine the points on the portion of the paraboloid x + y + z = 5 that is on or above the planez=4

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Find parametric equations for x, y, and z in terms of the polar coordinates r and \(\displaystyle\theta\) to determine the points on the portion of the paraboloid \(x + y + z = 5\) that is on or above the plane \(z=4\)

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