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# FP3 Polar Geometry Questions watch

1. I'm sitting the AQA FP3 exam next Wednesday and want as much practice and help on the polar co ordinates questions as that's normally the hardest. Does anyone know of any resources to help me with the polar co ordinates questions when it asks you to find the area of a triangle inside the curve? Thank you😁
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3. (Original post by PaigeG)
I'm sitting the AQA FP3 exam next Wednesday and want as much practice and help on the polar co ordinates questions as that's normally the hardest. Does anyone know of any resources to help me with the polar co ordinates questions when it asks you to find the area of a triangle inside the curve? Thank you😁

If you click on polar coordinate exam questions there is about 45 questions of varying difficulty They aren't AQA questions, but I'm doing AQA and would say that they are still really helpful.
4. This is useful in helping to recognise what each graph should look like, I'm not going to lie though, I gave up and bought a graphic calculator just for this exam

http://jwilson.coe.uga.edu/emt668/EM...olarGraphs.htm

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