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# Answer: 34 Plot the point whose polar coordinates are given. Then find the Cartesian

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34 Plot the point whose polar coordinates are given. Then find the Cartesian coordinates of the point.

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COMPLEX DESIGNS So far, we’ve discussed studies with just one IV. But many studies have more than 1. Sometimes, this can hide important findings! Example: » Hypothesis: Caucasian faces are easier to remember than Japanese faces. » IV: Race of face (2 levels: Caucasian and Japanese) » DV: Percentage of faces remembered So let's amend that hypothesis... » Hypothesis: Caucasian participants will remember Caucasian faces better than Japanese faces, but Japanese participants will remember Japanese faces more. » IVs: 1. Race of Face (Caucasian or Japanese) 2. Race of Participant (Caucasian or Japanese) » DV: Percentage of faces remembered  This is an example of an interaction between two IV’s. o The effect of one IV (race of face) is different

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