Posted by **Tabby** on Friday, April 20, 2012 at 1:20pm.

I am supposed to identify the classical curve that is represented by

r = 1 + sin Theta.

I think it's a cardioid, because its equation is r = 1 + 1 sin theta (r = a + a sin theta). Is this correct?

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