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I solved this following problem but I am not sure whether I did this right: convert

(1/(2^j)) to cartesian form.

2. Relevant equations

3. The attempt at a solution

re^j[tex]\theta[/tex] = a+jb

a=r cos [tex]\theta[/tex]= cos -[tex]\pi[/tex]/2

b= sin -[tex]\pi[/tex]/2 = -1

1/(2^j) = 2^-j

=2^e^(-pi j /2)

=2^-j

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# Homework Help: Polar form to Cartesian form

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