How do I write the trig form of -2i?
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Originally Posted by jumpman23 How do I write the trig form of -2i? You mean the polar form. Have you got class notes or a textbook that give examples? .
No we have not learned about the polar form..
The textbook says to write the trigonometric form of (-2i).
and that it should look something like this: z = r(cosX + isinX)
mr fantastic means the same thing. is a shorthand way of writing , so .
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