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# Polar Coordinates

Polar coordinates are a way to describe where a point is on a plane. Instead of using x and y, you use the angle theta and radius r, to describe the angle and distance of the point from the origin.

Which of the following statements about this curve is **false**?

\[\large \ln\left(\dfrac{\omega^\omega}{\omega^{\omega^2}}\right)\]

If \(\omega\) is a non-real complex cube root of unity, then what is the value of the expression above?

\[ \large \ln {( i) } = \ ?\]

What do we obtain when we multiply the polar coordinates:

\[ ( r_1 , \theta _1 ) \times ( r_2 , \theta _2 ) ? \]

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