z^2 = 2√3 + 2j I just need pushing in the right direction?? I am sure its simpler than I think it is!! Thank you
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Originally Posted by Charlieengineer84 z^2 = 2√3 + 2j I just need pushing in the right direction?? I am sure its simpler than I think it is!! Thank you One way: let where , then we have this implies and, Solve this system simultaneously for and and you will find . Another way: use polar coordinates (or the cis form if you prefer) Let . Thus, Now, solve for and ( )
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