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By Pavel Emeliyanenko and Michael Kerber A web application is presented to compute, plot, and interactively explore planar arrangements induced by algebraic plane curves of arbitrary degree. It produces accurate curve plots and reflects the exact topology for any arrangement, including degenerated cases. Various user interface features allow the interactive exploration of the arrangement structure.…

Calculus II lesson on area in polar coordinates. This is Part III, Example 1. See http://www.abbymath.com/VideoLessons/PolarAreaCh10 for more details and supporting files. www.abbymath.com