Hello I need to get the argument of the complex number
in radians I cant seem to get it in radians?
i get 56.3 degrees is this correct first of all ?
To find an answer in radians evaluate using the radians mode on your calculator
Wolfram says Wolfram's Answer which agrees with my calculator
Thanks I can get 0.9826 ,
The thing thats worrying me is I have to write my answers in polar form in a test tomorrow and all the questions we have done in class, have fancy answers like 2Pi/3 in the polar form
so its ok to write r(cos0.9826 + isin0.9826) ?
So yes, that is correct.
If your teacher wants W as a polar representation then that is perfectly fine. Unless the question explicitly states "find a nice representation of this in radians" or something to that effect, what you have above is correct.
It's just not pretty :P