Find the angle of intersection of the curves r=a(1+sin(theta)) and r=a(1-sin(theta)).

## Question

## Question

Find the angle of intersection of the curves r=a(1+sin(theta)) and r=a(1-sin(theta)).

## Topic

Angle between two polar curves

## Problems

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