Converting Complex Numbers From Trigonometric Form to Rectangular - Concept

Concept Concept (1)

Both the trigonometric form and the rectangular form are useful ways to describe complex numbers, and so it is important to understand converting complex numbers from trigonometric form to rectangular. The method for converting complex numbers from trigonometric form to rectangular is the reverse of converting from rectangular to trigonometric form.

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Converting Complex Numbers From Trigonometric Form to Rectangular - Problem 1
Problem 1
How to convert a complex number, z = 2*root(3)*(cos(5*pi/6) + i*sin(5*pi/6)), from trigonometric form to rectangular form.
Converting Complex Numbers From Trigonometric Form to Rectangular - Problem 2
Problem 2
How to convert a complex number, z = 5*root(2)*(cos(7*pi/4) + i*sin(7*pi/4)), from trigonometric form to rectangular form.
Converting Complex Numbers From Trigonometric Form to Rectangular - Problem 3
Problem 3
How to convert a complex number, z = 8(cos(3*pi/2) + i*sin(3*pi/2)), from trigonometric form to rectangular form.