Posted by **hksda** on Wednesday, March 21, 2007 at 12:14am.

How do you find range of theta values for a polar equation?

Usually the range of theta is 0 to 2 pi radians (or 0 to 360 degrees). It could be defined for a wider range of angle, but 2 N pi + theta, with N any integer, is equivalent to theta in polar coordinates.

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