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    complex numbers

    hey guys! i have this weird question in my homework and i dont know how to go about it? could somebody help me please?

    Q: write down the x+iy form for the complex numbers with the following modulus and argument (in radians):

    a) modulus 1, argument π
    b) modulus 3, argument -π/3
    c) modulus 7, argument -4


    pretty please help me?

    thank you guys
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    Quote Originally Posted by boomshine57th View Post
    hey guys! i have this weird question in my homework
    Q: write down the x+iy form for the complex numbers with the following modulus and argument (in radians):
    a) modulus 1, argument π
    b) modulus 3, argument -π/3
    c) modulus 7, argument -4
    What is weird about this question?
    If m=\mbox{modulus}\;\&\;\theta = \mbox{argument} then m\cos(\theta)+i m \sin(\theta) is the rectanglar form.
    Now go for it!
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