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The Polar Equations of Hearts and Flowers
The curve formed by the polar equation
is a rotated cardioid when
. As you increase the value of
, the curve starts to resemble a flower.
Contributed by:
Michael Croucher
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The Polar Equations of Hearts and Flowers
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Michael Croucher
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