Posted by **Tracy** on Tuesday, November 22, 2011 at 7:04pm.

Find the length in the first quadrant of the circle described by the polar equation

r=(2 sin theta)+(4 cos theta)

A. (sqrt2)(pi)

B. (sqrt5)(pi)

C. (2)(pi)

D. (5)(pi)

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