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QUESTIONS IM STUCK ON 6. Change 4√2  4√2 to trigonometric form A. 32 cis 135° B. 8 cis 225° C. 8 cis 45° D. 32 cis 45° 7. Simplify (2 cis 100°)7. A. 2 cis 700° B. 128 cis 280° C. 128 cis 340° D. 2 cis 340° 9.
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im stuck on these questions....... 6. Change 4√2  4√2 to trigonometric form A. 32 cis 135° B. 8 cis 225° C. 8 cis 45° D. 32 cis 45° 7. Simplify (2 cis 100°)7. A. 2 cis 700° B. 128 cis 280° C. 128 cis 340° D. 2 cis
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