If
z = -8 sqrt(3) + 8 i
AND
w = (-(11/sqrt(2))/2) + ((11/sqrt(2))/2)i
determine z / w in polar form:
r cis(theta)
Am stuck on the above, how do i solve it?
Thanks
given :
and
now
multiplying the numerator and the denominator with the conjugate of w we get:
to get the r value of the polar form is actually the modulus of
to find the angle we use the fact that:
if z = a +bi
therefore in our case it should be:
the polar representation of a complex number is in the form of:
hence,
hope i didn't mess things up.