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Write the complex number in trigonometric form, using degree measure for the argument.

-12 - 16i

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    Hey, Tone, you've posted a bunch of these problems that are all just basically converting between rectangular and polar forms. I've done a few for you. What don't you get by now?

    We're willing to help, but hate to be used to do someone's whole assignment. Post your efforts, and we can verify or redirect.

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