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Problem 975

Convert the equation \(\mathrm{r}=\tan \theta+\cot \theta\) to an equation in cartesian coordinates.

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The short answer is: The given polar equation \(\mathrm{r}=\tan \theta+\cot \theta\) can be converted to the Cartesian coordinates equation \((x^2 + y^2)^{3/2} = xy\).

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