# Write in polar form r (\cos(\theta ) + \sin(\theta) i for each given rectangular form a+bi: 1.(1-i) = 2.(1+i) = 3.(1+\sqrt{3}i) =?

• Write in polar form r (\cos(\theta ) + \sin(\theta) i for each given rectangular form a+bi: 1.(1-i) = 2.(1+i) = 3.(1+\sqrt{3}i) =?

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