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 B   The argument of the complex number 2 - i2 is __________ .   B View Solution
 B   From the polar co-ordinate system, the coordinates of P are ________ .   B View Solution
 B   Locate the points P(4, 50°) and Q(3, 120°) in the same polar co-ordinate system.   B View Solution
 B   Write the polar coordinates of M and N from the same polar coordinate system.   B View Solution
 B   Choose the polar co-ordinates of point Q that are equivalent to the polar coordinates of P(2, 30°).   B View Solution
 B   The equivalent pair of polar co-ordinates of the point P(5, 40°) is Q(- 5, θ) then θ is _________ .   B View Solution
 B   If the equivalent pair of polar co-ordinates of the point Q(3, 120°) is R(3, - θ), then θ = ______________ .   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular coordinates A (2, 3) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular coordinates P(3, - 4) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular co-ordinates B(- 3, 1) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular coordinates A (- 5, - 53) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular coordinates P(0, 5) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   If z = x + iy and w = 1- izz-i , |w| = 1, then where does z lie in the complex plane?   B View Solution
 B   Change the rectangular coordinates Q (- 3, 0) to polar coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates P(4, 45°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates Q (- 3, - 270°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   If argument of x + iy = π6, then choose the relation between x and y.   B View Solution
 B   The modulus of the complex number 3 + 4i is _______ .   B View Solution
 B   The argument of the complex number 1 + 3i is _______ .   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates P(- 4, 60°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates A(6, 150°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates B(8, - 330°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Change the polar coordinates P (- 3, 240°) to rectangular coordinates.   B View Solution
 B   Express in polar form 2 - 3i.   B View Solution
 B   Express the complex number - 5 + 5i in polar form.   B View Solution
 B   Express - 1 in polar form.   B View Solution
 B   Express the complex number 3i in polar form.   B View Solution
 B   Express the complex number 2 + i in polar form.   B View Solution
 B   Express the complex number - 3 + 2i in polar form.   B View Solution
 B   Express in polar form: 12 + (32)i   B View Solution
 B   Express in standard form: (Cos60° + iSin60°)   B View Solution
 B   Express in standard form: - 2(Cos150° + iSin 150°)   B View Solution
 B   Express in standard form: Cos10° + iSin10°   B View Solution
 B   Express in standard form: 0.3(Cos174° + iSin 174°)   B View Solution
 B   Express in standard form: 2[Cos(- 60°) + iSin(- 60°)]   B View Solution
 B   Express 2[Cos (Arctan 0) + iSin (Arctan 0)] in standard form.   B View Solution
 B   Express 4[cos (Tan-1 2.1602) + isin (Tan-1 2.1602)] in standard form.   B View Solution