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Points at which the graphs of r=f(

$\theta$

) and r=g(\theta) intersect must be determine carefully. Solving f(\theta)=g(\theta) identifies some-but perhaps not all-intersection points. The reason is that the curves may pass through the same point for different values of

$\theta$

. Use analytical methods and a graphing utility to find all the intersection points of the following curves. r=1-sin

$\theta$

and r=1+cos

$\theta$

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1 of 7$\begin{cases} r=1-\sin\theta\\ r=1+\cos\theta \end{cases}$

We are given the curves:

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