## Trigonometry (11th Edition) Clone

This is a graph of $~~r = a~\theta~~$ for $a=1.5$ and values of $\theta$ such that $-4\pi \leq \theta \leq 4\pi$
This is a graph of $~~r = a~\theta~~$ for $a=1.5$ and values of $\theta$ such that $-4\pi \leq \theta \leq 4\pi$ Note that $r = 0$ when $\theta = 0$, and the magnitude of $r$ continues to increase as the magnitude of $\theta$ increases. This leads to a spiral shape. There is symmetry about the vertical axis because both positive and negative values of $\theta$ are included. At the endpoints of the spiral, $r = 6\pi$ when $\theta = 4\pi$ and the magnitude of $r$ is $6\pi$ when $\theta = -4\pi$ We can see the graph in the window $[-20,20]$ by $[-20,20]$