Question

Determine the real and imaginary parts of the complex number z=5.2∠−62∘z=5.2∠-62∘.

Answer #1

we have a complex number given by,

which is in the polar form of the complex number

we know that,

Hence we can write,

we know that as cosine is even function cos(-x) = cos(x) and as sine is odd function sin(-x) = -sin(x)

Hence,

Hence we can write,

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we know that complex number is given by z = x+iy where x is the ral part and y is the imaginary part

compare expression 1) with z = x + iy we have,

Hence we can say that,

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