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Find the real and imaginary parts of the following complex numbers:
(i) 1.5e^jπ/4

(ii) je^1.2 + j^2 e

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    e^jπ/4 = cos(π/4) + j sin(π/4) = 1/√2 + 1/√2 j

    Assuming j^2 = -1, you have

    -e + e^1.2 j

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