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## Homework Statement

Convert -2^i to polar and rectangular form

## Homework Equations

mag(a+ib)=sqrt(a^2+b^2)

exp(i*angle)=cos(angle)+i*sin(angle)

## The Attempt at a Solution

im not sure how to get the polar (or rectangular form) of -2^i.

i know the answer is exp(-2.448rad)... i just don't know the property that allows me to get there or to the rectangular form

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