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The perpendicular distance from the point $(1,\pi)$ to the line joining $(1,0^{\circ})$ and $(1, \large\frac{\pi}{2}),$ (in polar coordinates) is
\[(a)\;2 \quad (b)\;\sqrt 3 \quad (c)\;1 \quad (d)\;\sqrt 2 \]
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(d) $\sqrt 2$
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