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if p qa < 2p Because k is negative, k is positive, so ra( k ) is positive, ensuring that we get a positive radius for the resultant vector For all negative real numbers k and all polar vectors a, k a = ak Question 54 Suppose we re given two standardform vectors a and b, defined by the ordered pairs a = (xa,ya) and b = (xb,yb) What s the Cartesian dot product a b What s the Cartesian dot product b a How do they compare Answer 54 The Cartesian dot product a b is a real number given by a b = xaxb + yayb and the Cartesian dot product b a is a real number given by b a = xbxa + ybya The Cartesian dot product is commutative, so for any two vectors a and b in the xy plane, we can be confident that a b=b a Question 55 Imagine a polar vector a with angle qa and radius ra, such that a = (qa,ra) and a polar vector b with angle qb and radius rb, such that b = (qb,rb) What s the polar dot product a b Answer 55 Let qb qa be the angle as we rotate from a to b The polar dot product a b is given by the formula a b = rarb cos (qb qa) Review Questions and Answers Question 56 Consider the same two polar vectors as we worked with in Question and Answer 55 What s the polar dot product b a Answer 56 We can define this dot product by reversing the roles of the vectors in the previous problem Let qa qb be the angle going from b to a The polar dot product b a is given by the formula b a = rbra cos (qa qb) Question 57

