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# Sketch the curve in polar coordinates and find the area of the inner loop.

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Sketch the curve in polar coordinates given by

r = 2-4 sin theta

Find the area of the inner loop.

Find the area of the inner loop for the general case:

i.e. r = b - a sin feta (0 less than b less than a )

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