Use Euler's Formula to write 2sq.rt.2 -2isq.rt.2 in exponential form. My answer: 4e^i(7pi/4) I just need confirmation that my answer is correct. Thanks.
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Originally Posted by Joanie Use Euler's Formula to write 2sq.rt.2 -2isq.rt.2 in exponential form. My answer: 4e^i(7pi/4) I just need confirmation that my answer is correct. Thanks.
I redid the problem: Use Euler's formula to write 2sqrt(2)-2isqrt(2) in exponential form. I was told by this forum that my answer 4e^i(7pi/4) is incorrect. Is 4e^i(pi/4) the correct answer? If not, where am I making the error? Thanks.
Originally Posted by Joanie I redid the problem: Use Euler's formula to write 2sqrt(2)-2isqrt(2) in exponential form. I was told by this forum that my answer 4e^i(7pi/4) is incorrect. Is 4e^i(pi/4) the correct answer? If not, where am I making the error? No, this is wrong, too. It is where in this case: => and (because a > 0, b <0) in this case => Yours, Rapha
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