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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The polar graph type is set by pressing F2:r=. In general r=f(theta). After the F2 key is pressed the Function type changes to r=
Now, if you press the MENU key and use arrows to focus on and select GRAPH, the function entry screen looks as in the picture below (without the 2cos(3theta))
After you enter the function (use the (X, theta, T) key below the [ALPHA] to enter the theta variable) press EXE to validate.
After drawing the r1=2cos(3theta) curve I opted to change the function to r1=2cos(5theta)
Press F6:Draw to draw the graph. Here is what you get.
Posted on Jun 23, 2010
If it is just a matter of the screen being too dim, you can actually increase the contrast.
Posted on Jul 25, 2010
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