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e^(-2j) solve it.

Guest Feb 22, 2015

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Looks good Melody.

Bertie  Feb 23, 2015
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The question is already in simplest form, could you clarify what you mean better?

silver27  Feb 22, 2015
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maybe, if j = sqrt(-1)  then

 

$$\\e^{-2j}\\\\
=cos(-2)+isin(-2)\qquad $in radians$\\\\
\approx \;-0.4161-0.9093j$$

 

Could a mathematician please check this.   

Melody  Feb 23, 2015
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Looks good Melody.

Bertie  Feb 23, 2015
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Thanks Bertie :)

Melody  Feb 24, 2015

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