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Principal argument of the polar form of a complex numberHi all i'm not sure at all how to proceed with this problem, I need to find the principal argument of z but not sure how to go about it... After googleing I found (theta +2k(pi) =x/r so if I understood correctly (theta +2k(pi) =1/2? #2 20121011 20:31:31
Re: Principal argument of the polar form of a complex numberWhat does 1 + i√3 look like on an Argand diagram? #3 20121012 02:52:36
Re: Principal argument of the polar form of a complex numberhi Deon588
This should be theta + 2k(pi) = invcos(1/2) You cannot teach a man anything; you can only help him find it within himself..........Galileo Galilei 