Replace the Cartesian equation with equivalent polar equations. xy = 2

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Replace the Cartesian equation with equivalent polar equations. xy = 2
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Answered 2021-11-07 Author has 99 answers
(rcosθ)(rsinθ)=2
r2cosθsinθ=2
r2sin2θ2=2
r2sin2θ=4
r2=4sin2θ
r2=4csc2θ
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