Write the standard form of the complex number. 12(cos(60^@) + i sin(60^@))

UkusakazaL 2020-11-30 Answered
Write the standard form of the complex number.
12(cos(60)+isin(60))
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falhiblesw
Answered 2020-12-01 Author has 97 answers
We know that, cos60=12,sin60=32
Substitute these values in the given complex number,
z=12(12+i32
z=12(12)+i12(32)
z=6+63i
Therefore,
The standard form of the given complex number is 6+63i
a=6andb=63
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