@ASAAD123 I found magnitude of 6 and 0 for "theta=arctan(0/6)". Is A correct?

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@ASAAD123 I found magnitude of 6 and 0 for "theta=arctan(0/6)". Is A correct?

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no, theta=arctan(1/0)
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What?
Where did you get arctan(1/0) from... also, it's undefined.
I know, it's undefined, when the degree 90 or -90.
to find the angle correctly you should draw it in complex plane
I don't understand...
What did I do wrong?
sometimes, the calculator give wrong angle.
|dw:1441115341542:dw| look at the plane
so the answer is C?
what is the angle of 3i?
90 degrees
ok
which, in radians, is pi/2
yes, the answer is C
I still don't understand why theta=arctan(1/0) made 90 degrees, when for me it is undefined...
look at this graph
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at\[ 90\pm k 180\] degree tan x goes to infinity
I understand. :)
arctan(-1/0) ?
Remember: to find the angle correctly you should draw it
and know where it is in which quarter

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