Polar plots are fun because interesting curves can be created that would be much harder in $xy$-coordinates. Polar plots are defined
by two variables, $r$ and $\theta$. Here, $r$ is the distance from the origin $(0,0)$ and $\theta$ is the angle from the $+x$-axis. We'll make
some interesting polar plots here.

`r=`

statement.
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`r=`

line. Try these
- $r=1+cos(\theta)$
- $r=5cos(5\theta)$
- $r=sin(\theta)cos(\theta)$
- $r=sin(\frac{10\theta}{7})$
- $r=sin(\frac{5\theta}{3})$
- $r=sin(\frac{\theta}{3})$
- $r=2e^{0.001\theta}$ (this one might take a few seconds to finish).

`theta`

here and if you plot is too small or large, try changing the value of the variable `zoom`

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