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    Re: Complex Numbers raised to the power?

    Quote Originally Posted by kmalik001 View Post
    I understand the 3000* arctan(1/3) but what did you do after that to get 3.92 like what does the ,2pi mean?

    I wonder why you are trying to do these problems? You clearly do not understand what it is all about. Now it may be the fault may well be with a poor textbook and/or instructor.

    Convert 3.9243 to a degree measure and see what you get.

    Recall that \2\pi converted to a degree measure is 360^o.

    But the \arctan returns a number not a degree measure.
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    Re: Complex Numbers raised to the power?

    Modulus something means getting the remainder when divided by a particular thing.
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