will be discussing websites that help explain Rectangular and Polar Form of complex numbers.
Polar and Rectangular Notations and Conversions. (Electrical Engineering, n.d.). www.electricalengineering.xyzLinks to an external site. . The Ultimate Guide to Polar and Rectangular Notations and Conversions Everyone doing Electrical Should know (electricalengineering.xyz)Links to an external site.
I liked this website because it was easy to understand, and it has examples of both form of complex numbers. It describes rectangular form as a complex number denoted by its respective horizontal and vertical component. The horizontal component is your real number, and the vertical component is your imaginary number. Polar form is a complex number denoted by the length (magnitude, absolute value) and the angle.
Complex Number Forms. (Academy, 2022) www.khanacademy.orgLinks to an external site.. Complex number forms review (article) | Khan AcademyLinks to an external site. -This website describes rectangular and polar forms. It provides formulas and it shows how to convert rectangular form to polar form and vice versa. This site also includes visuals and examples. Another we will discuss will be exponential form which uses the same system as polar form.
Another tool to assist with understanding complex numbers:
Polar & rectangular forms of complex numbers (video) | Khan AcademyLinks to an external site.
Academy, K. (2022). Khan Academy. Retrieved from Complex Number Forms: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/precalculus/x9e81a4f98389efdf:complex/x9e81a4f98389efdf:complex-polar/a/complex-number-forms-review
BYJU’S. (2022). byjus.com. Retrieved from Math/Complex numbers: https://byjus.com/maths/complex-numbers/
Electrical Engineering. (n.d.). Retrieved from Polar and Retangular Notations and Conversions: https://www.electricalengineering.xyz/article/polar-and-rectangular-notations-and-conversions/
Flylib.com. (2020). Retrieved from The Notation of complex numbers: https://flylib.com/books/en/2.729.1/the_notation_of_complex_numbers.htmlLinks to an external site.
a +bi = 3+4i Example plotted below
How would you plot -2+2i