Double Integrals in Polar Coordinates – Example 2

Welcome to a second example of converting a double integral in rectangular form to polar form. As we discussed in a previous video. To convert a double integral in rectangular form to polar form. We have to convert the function f of x, y into a function in terms of r and theta. And differential […]

Arc length of polar curves

Now that we’ve figured out the area inside of a polar curve, between two polar curves, we’re going to figure out the length of a polar curve. The key is to think of a polar curve as a parametrized curve. Now, we’ve done this before. We’ve written everything in terms of parameter t and we […]