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1. Determine cartesian(z = x + jy) and exponential([itex]\rho[/itex]e[itex]^{j\theta}[/itex]) forms of the following complex numbers:

z = 3 + 5j

2. I have no clue if there are any equations

3. I thought this number was already in cartesian form... other than this, there is no attempt

My professor assumed we already knew this. Problem is that it's been so long since I've done these (about 4 years) that I forgot how to do it. So, I have no idea how to even begin...

I only need help on this one number and then I think I can do the rest successfully.

Thanks

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# Homework Help: Converting complex numbers into cartesian and exponential form

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