|Nov6-06, 09:17 PM||#1|
Complex Number Representation in Matlab
I cannot seem to find an way in Matlab to convert a number which has a real and imaginary part in cartesian form into polar form and then express the polar representation on the output.
0.8431<79.04 deg (without using my calc.)
|Nov6-06, 09:26 PM||#2|
Use abs(z) for the magnitude and angle(z) for the phase of z. Type "help abs" or "help angle" at the prompt for more help on these functions.
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