Slope of a polar curve

Calculus Level 3

If the slope of the polar curve \(r = 1 + \sin(\theta)\) at \(\theta = \dfrac{\pi}{4}\) can be expressed as \(-\sqrt{a} - b\) for positive integers \(a\) and \(b\), then find \(a + b\).

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