Posted by **Anonymous** on Tuesday, August 7, 2012 at 6:37pm.

Find the length in the first quadrant of the circle desribed by the polar equation r = 2sin theta + 4 cosTheta. The circle is graphed in the accompanying figure.

A. (Square Root 2)Pi

B. (Square Root 5)Pi

C. 2Pi

D. 5Pi

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