# more complex numbers help - polar form.

• Apr 10th 2011, 01:07 PM
kassums17
more complex numbers help - polar form.
write the trig form of the complex numbers and perform the operation using the trig forms:

(square root of 3 + i)(1+i)
• Apr 10th 2011, 01:14 PM
Plato
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Originally Posted by kassums17
write the trig form of the complex numbers and perform the operation using the trig forms:
(square root of 3 + i)(1+i)

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• Apr 16th 2011, 12:06 PM
rahimic
So when you convert to polar form, you must convert the first number by (x^2 + y^2)=r^2. r in this case is the first value of you're new polar equation. You're next value will be found by the inverse tangent function of (y/x). This will give you you're second value of polar form so it would look like this in polar form (a number, another number)