# Jordan

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 Jul2 comment Area computed using polar coordinates@ArturoMagidin The formula isn't the problem. I have tried it with the correct formula, I just typed it up wrong. Jul2 revised Area computed using polar coordinatesdeleted 10 characters in body Jul2 revised Area computed using polar coordinatesadded 348 characters in body; added 25 characters in body Jul2 asked Area computed using polar coordinates Jul2 accepted Area of polar coordinate $r = e^{- \theta/4}$ Jul2 comment Area of polar coordinate $r = e^{- \theta/4}$I was attempting to work my way through how to do that so I did $2^3^2$ on my calculator and it gave me 512 which means that it is $2^9$ which means that I have to square the exponent. What went wrong? Jul2 asked Area of polar coordinate $r = e^{- \theta/4}$ Jul1 accepted Polar equation of cartesian $y = 1 + 3x$ Jul1 asked Polar equation of cartesian $y = 1 + 3x$ Jul1 accepted Polar equation of $y = 2$ Jul1 comment Polar equation of $y = 2$So all you did was divide everything by sin? Jul1 comment Polar equation of $y = 2$Where does csc come from and what does p represent differently than r? Jul1 asked Polar equation of $y = 2$ Jun26 accepted Solve $y' = x + y$ Jun25 asked Parametric equations and area Jun25 accepted Finding $\frac{d^2 y}{dx^2}$ Jun25 comment Finding $\frac{d^2 y}{dx^2}$I do not understand the d/dt part, what that means and how I calculate that. Jun25 asked Finding $\frac{d^2 y}{dx^2}$ Jun25 accepted Centroid of a region Jun25 accepted Parametric equations and line segments