Polar Form of a Complex Number

In polar form, complex numbers are represented as the combination of the modulus r and argument θ of the complex number. The polar form of a complex number z = x + iy with coordinates (x, y) is given as z = r cosθ + i r sinθ = r
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10.5: Polar Form of Complex Numbers

The polar form of a complex number expresses a number in terms of an angle θ θ and its distance from the origin r r. Given a complex number in rectangular form expressed as z= x+yi z = x + y i, we use the same conversion formulas as we

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