   Chapter 10.4, Problem 58E

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# Distance Formula In Exercises 59-62, use the result of Exercise 58 to find the distance between the two points in polar coordinates. ( 4 , 2.5 ) ,       ( 12 , 1 )

To determine

To calculate: The distance between the two points given as, (4,2.5) and (12,1).

Explanation

Given:

The polar coordinates are (r1,θ1)=(4,2.5) and (r2,θ2)=(12,1).

Formula used:

The distance formula between two points is given by d=r12+r222r1r2cos(θ1θ2).

Calculation:

Consider the two polar coordinates are (r1,θ1)=(4,2.5) and (r2,θ2)=(12,1)

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