A notation question:
The polar form of a complex number is \(r e^{iθ}\).

Which, if any, of these are in polar form?

A) \(5e^{2i}\)
B) \(2e^{i\pi}\)
C) \((4+\sqrt{2})e^i\)
D) \(e^{(4+\sqrt{2})i}\)
E) \(e^{0i}\)
F) \(e^0\)
G) \(1\)

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@christianp I would say all but D). But only B) would also be a respectable answer.

@christianp oh wait I didn't see those parens, then all of them.

@christianp I agree with @maralorn, tho I feel this is one of those times where using \(\exp(z)\) is better than \(e^z\).

@christianp I have no issue with saying they all are in polar form

@christianp I dislike C and D, and A is an insult to reasonable angles, but all of them.

@kimreece @christianp how else would you represent a complex number with a phase of one radian? ;D

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