Foo - rcos(t)*rsin(t)*r*dr*d(t) polar coordinates
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10-26-09, 06:11 PM
Okay, so I have a calc exam this Friday. He said he wont be asked to prove that double integral of f(x,y) is equal to rcos(t)*rsin(t)*r*dr*dt in polar coordinates, but that it's fair game to ask some theoretical question about it. We didn't go into a lot of detail about this in class. I believe he will ask about the additional "r" that is tagged to the end; there's nothing else he can really ask about it in my opinion. Why does this "r" exist?
10-26-09, 06:21 PM
Never mind this, a friend just linked me to a video that explains it all.
Why does this "r" exist?
What is this, philosophy class?
10-27-09, 08:33 PM
This is why I quit after Calc 242, switched to Biology, then English, which I now teach.
I've slept too many times since then.....
10-28-09, 10:27 AM
i've slept too many times since then.....
+1....a few drinks here and there too.
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