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I need help understanding the "principle domain" (a term only my professor seems to use) of a polar function. That is, how do I find the smallest value delta such that [0,delta] plots all of the unique points on the curve; any values greater than delta re-trace points. I suspect that if MeFi could identify the more common name for this, uh, procedure, I'd be set.

posted by phrontist on Aug 4, 2010 - 10 answers

posted by phrontist on Aug 4, 2010 - 10 answers

I remember reading an anecdote about Feynman, written by Feynman either in Surely, You're Joking or What Do You Care What Other People Think. He was describing how in his undergraduate years people were really impressed by his ability to do integrals, all because he knew this integration technique that wasn't taught very often. What was that technique?

posted by phrontist on Dec 4, 2006 - 10 answers

posted by phrontist on Dec 4, 2006 - 10 answers

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