Write a complex number in polar form

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Hello,I would like to know how do I write a complex number in its polar form. Like the image below.
Mycode:
Soperacao = (0.8*250*0.746e3)/(0.87*0.85)
IloadM1 = Soperacao/(sqrt(3)*2.4e3);
IloadM1angle = rad2deg(acos(0.85));
IloadM1 = [IloadM1 IloadM1angle] % is not working, in this way
Iload = IloadM1/(600/(sqrt(3)*2.4))
re = abs(Iload);
thetae = angle(Iload);
Icc3phi_angulo = rad2deg(thetae);
fprintf('Iload = %0.4f /__ %0.2f\n', re, Icc3phi_angulo)
The operation, i want to do:

Accepted Answer

Star Strider
Star Strider on 23 Jul 2021
The ‘image below’ is slightly difficult to read, however the code to do that is easy to write. This is called phasor notation.
phasorr = @(z) [abs(z) angle(z)];
phasord = @(z) [abs(z) rad2deg(angle(z))];
Z = [5 + 1j*2; 5 - 1j*2]
Z =
5.0000 + 2.0000i 5.0000 - 2.0000i
prad = phasorr(Z)
prad = 2×2
5.3852 0.3805 5.3852 -0.3805
pdeg = phasord(Z)
pdeg = 2×2
5.3852 21.8014 5.3852 -21.8014
Check = [prad(:,1) .* exp(1j*prad(:,2))]
Check =
5.0000 + 2.0000i 5.0000 - 2.0000i
And it works!
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