Find the slope of the polar curve `r = 3sin(6theta)`

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Find the slope of the polar curve `r = 3sin(6theta)`

Postby Integr88 » Wed 30 March, 2011 20:20

Find the slope of the polar curve `r = 3sin(6theta)` at `pi/4<=theta<=pi/3`
do I have to convert the curve to parametric or Cartesian or I should do it directly in polar form?
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