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Express the complex number 8(cos30 degrees + i sin30 degrees)sin in complex in the form a+bi

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    just evaluate the expression ...

    8(cos30° , i sin30°)
    = 8(√3/2 , i (1/2)
    = 4√3 + 4i

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