What is a polar equation?
Polar Equations A polar equation is any equation that describes a relation between r r r and θ theta θ, where r r r represents the distance from the pole (origin) to a point on a curve, and θ theta θ represents the counterclockwise angle made by a point on a curve, the pole, and the positive x x x-axis.
What does Pol mean on a calculator?
How do you do polar on a TI 84?
Changing the mode on your TI-84 Press [MODE] and put the calculator in Polar mode. To highlight an item in the Mode menu, use the arrow keys to place the cursor on the item, and then press [ENTER]. Highlight POLAR in the fifth line to put the calculator in Polar mode. See the first screen.
How do you sketch a curve?
More details can be found at AP Calculus Exam Review: Analysis of Graphs, for example.Determine the Domain and Range. Find the y-Intercept. Find the x-Intercept(s) Look for Symmetry. Find any Vertical Asymptote(s) Find Horizontal and/or Oblique Asymptote(s) Determine the Intervals of Increase and Decrease.