Niki D.

asked • 06/28/21

Determine the area common to r= 3+3sintheta and r=3

Please help.


The instruction says the answer must be in Exact form.


Determine the area common to r= 3 + 3sintheta and r= 3


when I graphed this it is a cardioid and a circle, I am having hard time starting to solve for this because when i try to fin the intersection using r1+r2 it givesss weird results


our topic right now is about polar curves and polar regions.

thank you so much

Mark M.

Did you draw the gtwo equations?
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06/29/21

Niki D.

yes a cardioid and a circle
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06/29/21

Andre W.

And also forget bottom portion of humps are under the 0<r< negative make sure to include that portion of the area they both share!!
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06/29/21

Andre W.

I mean under the "x axis" of this graph the radius r is 0<r<3 since it is always positive and only based off of angle in radians!!
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