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    cant remember, and im not doin p4 this time, but i may need to know for p5/6?!? neway some1 let me know please
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    (Original post by Gregball_87)
    cant remember, and im not doin p4 this time, but i may need to know for p5/6?!? neway some1 let me know please
    Do you mean the area of a curve given in polar coordinates by r=f(theta), bounded by theta=a, theta=b?
    If so, the area is 0.5∫r^2 d(theta) with limits a,b.
 
 
 
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