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Quiz on Phasors and Complex Numbers Quiz

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1. What is the mathematical representation of a phasor?

2. What is the sum of two complex numbers a = p(cosθ + jsinθ) and b = q(cosφ + jsinφ)?

3. What is the equivalent form of a complex number in Cartesian form a+bi when represented in polar form?

4. When multiplying two phasors, the resulting phasor's magnitude is __________.

5. When dividing two phasors, the resulting phasor's angle is __________.

6. If z = a + bi is a complex number, what is the conjugate of z?

7. Which of the following operations can convert a complex number from rectangular form (a + bi) to polar form (r∠θ)?

8. Given the phasor V = 5∠45°, what is its rectangular form?

9. What does the imaginary part of a complex number represent in the context of phasors?

10. What is the magnitude of a complex number a + bi?