Replace the Cartesian equation with equivalent polar equations.

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Replace the Cartesian equation with equivalent polar equations.

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Tasneem Almond

Answered 2021-09-16
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The given Cartesian equation is

To replace Cartesian equation with equivalent polar equations as follows,

Cartesian equation

Equivalent polar equation

Substituting

Therefore, the equivalent polar equation is

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