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    Converting binomial, polar, trigonometric, and rectangular equations

    Ok guys heres the deal. The two specific equations i have to do are -6+2i and 4-5i. I need to convert them into the other three forms. I have ideas of what the two other forms but I'm stuck at making that trigonometric. Any help>?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Skypixie07 View Post
    Ok guys heres the deal. The two specific equations i have to do are -6+2i and 4-5i. I need to convert them into the other three forms. I have ideas of what the two other forms but I'm stuck at making that trigonometric. Any help>?
    Hint: there are three polar forms...

    z = x + iy = r(\cos{\theta} + i\sin{\theta}) = r\,\textrm{cis}\,{\theta} = re^{i\theta}.
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