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miley23

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Find the product of z1 and z2 where z1 = 7(cos 40° + i sin 40°), and z2 = 6(cos 145° + i sin 145°). 42(cos 40° + i sin 40°) 42(cos 185° + i sin 185°) 13(cos 185° + i sin 185°) 42(cos 5800° + i sin 5800°)

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