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Represent the product of A and B geometrically given that point A is located at (2,45°) and B is located at (4, 45°). Give

the coordinate of AxB in polar form.

Represent the product of A and B geometrically given that point A is located at (2,45°) and B is located at (4, 45°). Give

the coordinate of AxB in polar form.

Answer:(8,90°)

Step-by-step explanation:To get this answer, you multiply the r values together to get 2*4 = 8. At the same time, you add the theta angles to get 45° + 45° = 90°

The general rule is that if A = (r,theta) and B = (s,phi) then

A*B = (r*s,theta+phi)

where the point (s,phi) is a polar form point.