I am looking to find the trig/ polar form of 3 -the Sq root of 3i any help would be appreciated!
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Originally Posted by bemidjibasser I am looking to find the trig/ polar form of 3 -the Sq root of 3i any help would be appreciated! So you are asked to convert to the form . You have , and . To sum up:
is there a way to express that in another form? like with cosine and sin or not?
Originally Posted by bemidjibasser is there a way to express that in another form? like with cosine and sin or not? Well, yes, you have that . Given what I have already written above you this gives you .
Could you take a look at the polar form question I polsted above and offer some input as well? Thank you in advance.
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