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Complex numbers are made
up of both a real and an imaginary part. The letter "j" is used here to represent the imaginary operator because
it is the most common form found in engineering works. Mathematicians and physicists like to use the letter "i."
if n = a + jb = c /θ, then:
Where "j" (or "i") is the imaginary operator, and * designates the complex conjugate