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10. Determine the area of the region that is inside r = 3 sin (theta) and outside r = 2- sin (theta) .

Answer #1

Find the area inside of r=1+cos theta, but outside of r=1+sin
theta

Find the area of the region that is inside the curve r = 1 + sin
θ but outside the curve r = 2 − sin θ.

Find the exact area of the region inside the circle
r=2cos(theta) but outside the circle r=1

Find the area inside r=3 and outside r=3sin 3 theta

Find the area of the region that is outside the cardioid r = 1
+cos (theta) and inside the circle r = 3 cos (theta), by
integration in polar coordinates.

Find the area of the region that lies INSIDE both curves
r=5cos(theta) and r = 2 + cos (theta)

1.
Find the arclength of r=cos^(3)(theta/3)
2. Find the area outside r=3 and inside
r^2=18cos(2•theta)
3. Find the slope of the tangent line to r=2sin(4•theta) at
theta=pi/4

Find the area of the region inside the circle r = sin θ but
outside the cardioid r = 1 – cos θ. Hint, use an identity for cos
2θ.

Find the area that lies inside r = 3 sin(θ) and outside r = 1 +
sin(θ).

Find the area that lies inside r = 3 sin(θ) and outside r = 1 +
sin(θ).

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