## What is the polar form of 1 i is?

1+i=√2⋅(cos(π4)+i⋅sin(π4))

## What is i2 value?

= -1

We know, i2 = -1, let us calculate the value of ‘i’ raised to the power other imaginary numbers.

**How do you find Theta in polar form 11?**

Polar Form Equation θ=tan-1(y/x)+180° for x<0 .

**What is I2 heterogeneity?**

The most commonly used heterogeneity measure, I2, provides an estimate of the proportion of variability in a meta-analysis that is explained by differences between the included trials rather than by sampling error.

### What is the polar form of sqrt 3?

The inverse tangent of √33 is θ=30° θ = 30 ° . This is the result of the conversion to polar coordinates in (r,θ) form.

### Is a high I2 good?

If I^2 ≤ 50%, studies are considered homogeneous, and a fixed effect model of meta-analysis can be used. If I^2 > 50%, the heterogeneity is high, and one should usea random effect model for meta-analysis.

**What is the formula for polar form?**

To determine the argument of z,we should plot it and observe its quadrant,and then accordingly calculate the angle which the line joining the origin to z makes with

**How to find polar form?**

Complex numbers in the form a+bi are plotted in the complex plane similar to the way rectangular coordinates are plotted in the rectangular plane.

#### How to convert complex numbers from rectangular to polar form?

Complex Numbers consist of two distinct numbers,a real number plus an imaginary number.

#### What is polar form in math?

What is polar form in math? The polar form of a complex number is another way to represent a complex number. The form z=a+bi is called the rectangular coordinate form of a complex number. The horizontal axis is the real axis and the vertical axis is the imaginary axis.