alright, so I was doing my Calc 2 homework, and this problem came up:
Instructions: find the area of the region that lies inside both (polar) curves.
I'm given r^2=sin(2 * 'theta') and r^2=cos(2 * 'theta')
according to the back of the text book, I'm supposed to get (pi/8) - .25 at the end, but i'm not seeing how that answer is possible. I checked Yahoo answers, and found this-http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index;_ylt=Av1k8SdaO1Bjo9PtNMh8BogjzKIX;_ylv=3?qid=20120814143312AAHpW0X
So, I was originally planning to turn this essay into my college econ class for an assignment, but then I realized I wasn't addressing the prompt, and overhauled the essay. At any rate, to avoid wasting a perfectly good essay (imo), I've decided to post it here. Enjoy! (Hopefully)
____________________________________________________________________________________________________ ________________________________ Pokénomics: The Economics of Pokémon Trading
In February of 1996,
Updated 20th November 2012 at 07:13 PM by Data-Roxas