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find the polar form of following signal.

x(t) = t / ( 1 + it)

I know Amplitude = |t| / ([tex]\sqrt{[/tex](1 + t[tex]^{2}[/tex])}

now how do we find the phase. Any help is appreciated.

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- #1

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find the polar form of following signal.

x(t) = t / ( 1 + it)

I know Amplitude = |t| / ([tex]\sqrt{[/tex](1 + t[tex]^{2}[/tex])}

now how do we find the phase. Any help is appreciated.

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If you write the function in "a + ib" form, phase is easier to calculate.

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