N needhelpnownownow New member Joined Mar 15, 2019 Messages 1 Friday at 1:40 PM #1 The problem at hand is: Solve the equation x f'y - y f'x = 0 by using polar coordinates. My current solution has come so far as this: But I just do not see how I can move forward from here..

The problem at hand is: Solve the equation x f'y - y f'x = 0 by using polar coordinates. My current solution has come so far as this: But I just do not see how I can move forward from here..