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Which polar coordinates represent the same point as (4,pi/2)?..select all that apply
a.(4,3pi/2)
b.(4,pi/2)
c.(4,5pi/2)
d.(4,9pi/2)
e.(4,pi/2)
f.(4,3pi/2)
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emhart2012 Group Title
Which polar coordinates represent the same point as (4,pi/2)?..select all that apply a.(4,3pi/2) b.(4,pi/2) c.(4,5pi/2) d.(4,9pi/2) e.(4,pi/2) f.(4,3pi/2)
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dw:1354567934385:dw
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first one ends up in the same spot
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so does the second one
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not the third one because it is here dw:1354568050376:dw
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4th one is good, count \(\frac{9\pi}{2}\) going clockwise and you see you end up in the same spot
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is that all?
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that combination was wrong:( i only have one more chance to get it right
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I get all except c and e
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thank you!
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