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posted by fred .
i can not figure out how to write the complex number in rectangular form the question is 4(cos 5Pie/6 + i sin 5 pie/6)

we know cos 5π/6 = =√3/2 and sin 5π/6 = 1/2
so
4(cos 5Pie/6 + i sin 5 pie/6)
= 4(√3/2 + i(1/2) )
= 2√3 + 2i
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