# SOLUTION: Can someone PLEASE help me with this problem? THANK YOU! Let z1 = r1(cos 1 + isin 1) and z2 = r2(cos 2 + isin 2) be two complex numbers. Show that if z2 (doesn't equal to)

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 Click here to see ALL problems on Geometry proofs Question 615993: Can someone PLEASE help me with this problem? THANK YOU! Let z1 = r1(cos 1 + isin 1) and z2 = r2(cos 2 + isin 2) be two complex numbers. Show that if z2 (doesn't equal to) 0, then (z1/z2)=(r1/r2)[cos(1 2) + isin(1 2)].Answer by stanbon(57282)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Let z1 = r1(cos 1 + isin 1) and z2 = r2(cos 2 + isin 2) be two complex numbers. Show that if z2 (doesn't equal to) 0, then (z1/z2)=(r1/r2)[cos(1 2) + isin(1 2)]. --- z1/z2 = [r1cos(1) + r1isin(1)]/[r2cos(2) + r2isin(2)] ------ Multiply numerator and denominator by [r2cos(2)-r2isin(2)] to get: ------- z1/z2 = [[r1cos(1) + r1isin(1)][r2cos(2)-r2isin(2)]]/[(r2cos(2))^2 + (r2sin(2))^2]] ---- I think I'll let you continue this. ======================================= Cheers, Stan H.