Posted by **Anonymous** on Sunday, September 25, 2011 at 2:39pm.

Two points in a plane have polar coordinates (2.40 m, 40.0°) and (3.50 m, 110.0°).

(a) Determine the Cartesian coordinates of these points.

(2.40 m, 40.0°)

x = m

y = m

(3.50 m, 110.0°)

x = m

y = m

(b) Determine the distance between them.

m

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