# What is the polar form of 3i

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## What is 5i in polar form?

Polar form is reiθ , and since we know that eiθ=cosθ+isinθ , i=eiπ2 . Therefore,

**5i=5eiπ2**.## What is polar form of 2i?

Using these formulas, we can convert the complex number into polar form. Hence, the polar form of $ – 2i$ is

**$2**(\cos \dfrac{{3\pi }}{2} + i\sin \dfrac{{3\pi }}{2})$ .## What is 6i in polar form?

1 Expert Answer

then 6i is equal to **6*(cos90+isin90)** in polar form.

## How do you convert to polar form?

The polar form of a complex number z=a+bi is z=r(cosθ+isinθ) . So, first find the absolute value of r . Now find the argument θ . Since a>0 , use the formula

**θ=tan−1(ba)**.## What is the polar form of 4i?

## What is the polar form of 2?

2(

**cosπ+isinπ**)## How do you convert from 1 to polar form?

Let z=1(1+i)×(1-i)(1-i)=(1-i)(1-i2)=(1-i)2=(12-12i). Let its polar form be

**z=r(cosθ+isinθ)**.## What is the polar form of 1 i 1 i?

Therefore, the polar form of (1 – i)/(1 + i) is

**cos (π/2) – i sin (π/2)**.## What is the polar form of complex number =( i25 3?

The coordinate (x, y) lies in the IV quadrant. From the figure we can say that tangent function is quadrant IV is negative. So, we got the polar form of the given complex number \[

**{{\left( {{i}^{25}} \right)}^{3}}\**].## How do you convert iota to polar form?

## When expressed in polar form is?

2.13 Complex Numbers in Polar Form

It is possible to express complex numbers in polar form. If the point z = ( x , y ) = x + i y is represented by polar coordinates , then we can write **x = r cos θ , y = r sin θ and z = r cos θ + i r sin θ = r e i θ** .

## How do you find the polar form of a 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 (cosθ + i sinθ). The abbreviated polar form of a complex number is z = rcis θ, where r = √(x^{2}+ y^{2}) and θ = tan^{–}^{1}(y/x).## What is polar form of complex number class 11?

Let OP = r, then x = r cos Θ , and

**y = r sin Θ => z = x + iy = r cos Θ + ir sin Θ = r ( cos Θ + i sin Θ )**. This is known as Polar form (Trigonometric form) of a Complex Number.## What is the conjugate of a IB?

Conjugate of Complex Number Class 11

Z conjugate is the complex **number a – ib**, i.e., = a – ib.

## What is the polar form of the complex number z 3i?

## What is the polar form of sqrt 3?

The inverse tangent of √33 is

**θ=30° θ = 30 °**. This is the result of the conversion to polar coordinates in (r,θ) form.## What is polar form in physics?

## How do you convert rectangular form to polar form?

To convert from polar coordinates to rectangular coordinates, use the

**formulas x=rcosθ and y=rsinθ**. See Example 10.3. 3 and Example 10.3. 4.## How do you write a trigonometric form?

## How do you change a complex number to exponential form?

If you have a complex number z = r(cos(θ) + i sin(θ)) written in polar form, you can use Euler’s formula to write it even more concisely in exponential form:

**z = re^(iθ)**.Ads by Google