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To practice converting between different forms of complex notation.

a) Write i +

data-value="sqrt{3}">sqrt3 in the complex form R exp(iθ)

b) Do the same for i - sqrt3 .

c) Find the value of (i + sqrt3 )*(i - sqrt3 ) two ways. First, multiply these two terms out, keeping everything in x+iy form. Next, use your results from a) and b) to multiply them out in R exp(iθ) form.

d) Find the value of( i + sqrt3 )/(i - sqrt3 ) two ways. First, maintain the x + iy form (you can use the result we found in class). Second, use the polar, R exp(iθ) form.

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" ) Suppose we have VI ti. so v= visiting = 14 = 2
and ton ( 0 ) = 1
Hence 3 ti = ve"= 20
1 46 = 2 [ COS ( TI + is in ( I)
b) Suppose we have mati , So v = V ( VB ) + (1 ) 2 = 12 =...

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