This section discusses how to find the area of a curve.
We can graph a polar curve by plotting points on a Cartesian coordinate system and connecting them. We can use this to find the area enclosed by one loop of the curve. To do this, we divide the upper half of the graph into thirds and find the angles corresponding to pi over 4, pi over 6, and pi over 3.
This section discusses how to solve for different types of integration limits.
Theta and Cosine are discussed in this section of the video.
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This video tutorial works through math problems/equations that address topics in Calculus 3, Multiple Integrals. This specific tutorial addresses Finding area.
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