Convert complex number to polar form?

Well, I need help converting 1/(1+j*w*c*r) to polar form, where j is the complex number sqrt(-1) and w,c,r are just variables. Can't split up the denominator to make it a sum of fractions, nor does inverting helps.

This equation is from a series connection with a voltage source to a resistor and capacitor, finding the voltage source of the capacitor (the Vin is not included in the equation I gave, or else it would be Vin/(1+j*w*c*r)).This question is here because I don't need help with the phasor analysis part, but rather the complex conversion part.

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**stupidoldman** Well, I need help converting 1/(1+j*w*c*r) to polar form, where j is the complex number sqrt(-1) and w,c,r are just variables. Can't split up the denominator to make it a sum of fractions, nor does inverting helps.

If is a complex number then

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I don't see why inverting would not help, if then . 1+ jwcr has , .

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