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Converting a complex number to polar form and finding it's magnitude

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z = (((-(3)^(0.5) + 3i).^4) * exp((-5i*pi/6))^3)/(2 + 2i)^2; how to convert this into it's polar form and find it's magnitude?

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Lucas García
Lucas García 2011년 9월 1일
r = abs(z);
theta = atan2(imag(z),real(z));
Also...
r = abs(z);
theta = angle(z);
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Jay
Jay 2013년 4월 18일
편집: Jay 2013년 4월 18일
can this be converted to a single object to be used in calculations. like to be used in a function that accepts polar form arguments. So i dont have to separate all my polar complex numbers similar to the complex(a,b) function but treats the complex number in rectangular form.
Matt Kindig
Matt Kindig 2013년 4월 19일
편집: Matt Kindig 2013년 4월 19일
Hi Jay,
I'm not quite sure what you are asking, but you can define a complex number simply as:
z = a+b*1i;
z = 3+2*1i; %for example
This is treated by Matlab as a "single object" for use in calculations, and is expressed in rectangular form. Is this what you are asking?

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Marwa aljaziri
Marwa aljaziri 2017년 11월 5일
how to convert bus admittance matrix to polar form with angle in radian

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