Form the differential equations by eliminating arbitrary constant a. r=a(1-\sin \theta)

killjoy1990xb9 2021-12-30 Answered
Form the differential equations by eliminating arbitrary constant a. r=a(1sinθ)
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limacarp4
Answered 2021-12-31 Author has 39 answers
(i) Given: r=a(1sinθ)
drdθ=acosθ
from (1) a=r1sinθ
drdθ=rcosθ1sinθ
drdθ+rcosθ1sinθ=0
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hysgubwyri3
Answered 2022-01-01 Author has 43 answers
Now obviously, our area is equal to π2a2+20π212[a(1sin(θ))]2dθ
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Answered 2022-01-09 Author has 460 answers

r=a(1sinθ)a(1sin(θ))=raasin(θ)=r(1sin(θ))a=r(sin(θ)+1)a=r(sin(θ)+1)asin(θ)+1=rsin(θ)+1a=rsin(θ)+1

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