Given a hyperbola of the form: [tex]r=\frac{A}{1+Bsinθ+Dcosθ}[/tex] what are the polar equations for the asymptotes?
You can always change it into cartesian coordinates but the work can be tedious. I have not done conics in polar plane in a long time, but I can add snapshots of of a book on how to do so If you would like.
An asymptote is going to necessarily have r going to infinity, so the denominator has to be going to zero.