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[tex]z = \exp\left(2+3i\right)[/tex]

I know the modulus has to be [itex]e^2[/itex] and the argument has to be 3 but where do I go from there?

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[tex]z = \exp\left(2+3i\right)[/tex]

I know the modulus has to be [itex]e^2[/itex] and the argument has to be 3 but where do I go from there?

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That's it. There's only one z equal to that z.

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That is really all there is to it?That's it. There's only one z equal to that z.

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Maybe you are supposed to write it in a+bi form?That is really all there is to it?

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Yes that is correct.Maybe you are supposed to write it in a+bi form?

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