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The title really says it all. Find the area of the region inside r=6sin(theta) but outside r=3.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

I first found the x values where the two curves intersect and came up with .52359877 and 2.61799388. I then integrated 6sin(theta) (or, -6cos(theta)) from .52359877 to 2.61799388. The answer I got was 10.3923, but that's incorrect.

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# Homework Help: Area inside r=6sin(theta) but outside r=3

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