Of the area inside the smaller loop of the equation $r = 1-2sin\theta$
Here's my attempt at a solution:
The shape has an inner and an outer loop, both of which will terminate at the origin. Therefore, I want to find the range of the equation which only draws the inner loop. I would assume I would select a range for $\theta$ which would set $r=0$, however, I'm honestly not sure how I would go about doing that. I can't just take all the points where $r = 0$, because then the outer loop will be included as well. How do I set this integral up?
Note: I've tried to find answers online and stumbled onto this, but cannot make heads or tails of what is being described. The document claims that $ θ = ±π/4$ and $θ = ±3π/4$ are the candidates, but when I use the equation $sin\theta = 1/2$, I end up with π/6.