Express the complex number in trigonometric form. -3 + 3 square root of threei

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Express the complex number in trigonometric form. -3 + 3 square root of threei

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\(\large -3+3\sqrt{3}~i\)
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which quadrant does it lie in ?
2
good, so we know that the angle must be something in between 90 and 180
okay yes
can you find below angle ? |dw:1439749188526:dw|
using soh cah toa?
you may use a trig ratio : \[\tan(\theta) = \dfrac{3\sqrt{3}}{3}\]
60 degrees
@ganeshie8 he disappears. Can I raise my hand?? hahaha...
sure :) im on phone..
I'm disappointed. The question could have been made a tad more interesting by making it \(-3 + 3 \sqrt {3i} \)
that is the question parthkohli
@Loser66 yeah you can help!
|dw:1439752753216:dw|
135
how ?
120? add 90 and 30
120 is right
so the argument(angle) of complex number is 120
can u find the length ?
from where?
length of complex number
the red part shown in previous diagrams
wait how do I find the length?
|dw:1439753063886:dw|
use pythagoras theorem
length = \(\large \sqrt{3^2 + (3\sqrt{3})^2} = ?\)
4.3
nope, try again
for someone reason i keep making this harder for me than it is
6
\(\large \sqrt{3^2 + (3\sqrt{3})^2} = \sqrt{9+27} = \sqrt{36}=6\)
so we have length = 6 angle = 120 write out the complex number in trig form
And how do I set that up?

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