Trigonometry and PreCalculus Resources
Presentation: Graphing Polar Equations
Jessie Ross
Bryan Grant
Links to the Polar Exploration Packet are below. There is both a PDF version and a Word Document version if you want to edit anything. No one ever likes another person's exact handout, so since I know I would prefer an editable version, so shall you have one.
Jessie Ross
Bryan Grant
Links to the Polar Exploration Packet are below. There is both a PDF version and a Word Document version if you want to edit anything. No one ever likes another person's exact handout, so since I know I would prefer an editable version, so shall you have one.


ADDITIONAL RESOURCES
Use the following DESMOS links to supplement learning on the given pages in the above packet
Pages 1 & 2: Answers to each section
Page 11: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 12: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 14: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 15: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Pages 19 & 20: Watch carefully to see which values of theta generate exactly equal values of r!
Use the following DESMOS links to supplement learning on the given pages in the above packet
Pages 1 & 2: Answers to each section
Page 11: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 12: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 14: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Page 15: Watch the polar and auxiliary equations graphed side by side. Can you see the connection?
Pages 19 & 20: Watch carefully to see which values of theta generate exactly equal values of r!