I recently downloaded Mathematica and am extremely new to the software. To start off, I wanted to work with Polar Coordinates and Archimedean Spirals. I want to be able to graph a continuous spiral with the coordinates (r, theta)=(n, n) where n is a positive integer. Essentially I would be creating a spiral between the points (0,0) (1,1) (2,2) (3,3) and it continues on. I would like to have a graph with just the points as well as one with a line connecting the points.
Also, is there a way to specify different ranges?
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