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(1 point) Convert the following polar coordinates into rectangular coordinates. (a) 〈2∠45∘〉 x= _____, y= _____....

(1 point) Convert the following polar coordinates into rectangular coordinates.
(a) 〈2∠45∘〉
x= _____, y= _____.
(b) 〈4∠120∘〉
x= _____, y= _____.
(c) 〈6∠270∘〉
x= _____, y= _____.
(d) 〈6∠300∘〉
x= _____, y= _____.

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