Express 4(cos pi/3+iSin pi/3) in rectangular (a+bi) form. With steps please?

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Express 4(cos pi/3+iSin pi/3) in rectangular (a+bi) form. With steps please?

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cos (pi/3) =?? sin (pi/3) =??
60 degrees
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read my questions, please
@satellite73 you owed me a "lol", please well prepare for my turn. hahaha
What topic of mathematics is this in? (i.e Trig, Calc, etc) Just for my future reference and so I'll know what's to come for me.
This is Pre Calculus
Cool!
Yeah sorta not really :P I think I figured it out, thank you!
hint: ignore degrees, evaluate the functions that is all

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