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    Question heyyy..(complex no's)whats so speacial about polar form???

    Q write this plex no in polar form 3(sinx+jsinx)

    ans,,,,, 3(sin( pie/2 -x) + jsin( pie)/2 - x) )


    whats the difference i.e special polar form ??? tip appreciated got it silly me!!!
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    The polar form of a complex number is expressed either as e^i(theta), or using trigonometric functions r(cos theta + i sin theta) (note the cosine and sine)

    For more info you can check this site out:
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    And I believe this isn't calculus haha
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