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 " The National Curve Bank ";
Shirley B. Gray and Stewart Venit, Department of Mathematics, Russ
Abbott, Department of Computer Science; California State University,
Los Angeles.
 " Famous Curves Applet Index ";
John J. O'Connor and Edmund F. Robertson; University of St. Andrews,
School of Mathematics and Statistics; St. Andrews, Scotland; November,
2000. This is the Famous Curves Applet Index which contains applets to
display polar curves as well as many others.
 " Famous Curves Applet Index ";
John J. O'Connor and Edmund F. Robertson; University of St. Andrews.
 " Mathematical Curves "; Jan
Wassenaar; April 4, 2006. A collection of 868 different twodimensional
mathematical curves.
 " Calculus Animations with
MathCad "; A collection of 8 animations of polar curves including
spirals, rose curves and limacons. As each curve is generated a table
of values is displayed. Przemyslaw Bogacki and Gordon Melrose; January
4, 2001.
 " Calculus Animations with
Mathcad "; Przemyslaw Bogacki and Gordon Melrose; January 4, 2001.
 " Calproject "; Francis Chan
 " Polar Gallery "; David R. Hill; May 22,
2006.
 " Limaçon of Pascal "; Xah Lee; January
1977
 " Special Plane Curves:
Limacon of Pascal "; Xah Lee; February 10, 2001.
 "
Zeros and Multiple Points of Certain Periodic Polar Curves ";
Joseph MasDonnell; Mathematics Department, Fairfield University,
Fairfield, CT 06430.
 " Home Page of Wm Leler "; William
Leler.
 " Mathwords: Limaçon "; Bruce Simmons;
April 14, 2006.
 " Limaçon.; Mathematical
Curves "; Jan Wassenaar; January 8, 2003
 " PlanetMath: Polar Curves "; Chi
Woo; May 20, 2005.
 Scher, D.; Exploring
Conic Sections with The Geometer's Sketchpad; Key Curriculum
Press, Emeryville, Ca.; 2002; An excellent source of experiments
involving conic sections suitable for high school or mathematics
education students at the collegiate level. A CD is included.
 " Polar Coordinates and
Equations "; A. Dendane; September 4, 2005; A very nice applet for
polar curves that has two sliders available for changing values of
parameters. There is a nice tutorial included for exploring graphs of
polar equations.
 " Graphing in Polar Coordinates ";
Thomas Leathrum; Jacksonville State University; August 31, 2006; A nice
applet for polar graphs that displays as many as 5 functions of the
form r=f(?).
 " Simple Graph (Polar
Coordinates) "; Another applet will graph polar curves. This is
available for purchase.
 " Graph of e^{ax}
and Equiangle Spiral "; An excellent applet for the equiangular
spiral that also displays area information.
 " Wolfram Math World: Cardioid ";
Eric W. Weisstein; Wolfram Research, Inc.; March 26, 2003 A collection
of polar curves which is part of Eric Weisstein's World of Mathematics.
Associated with each curve is a wealth of information.
