# Complex Numbers Question

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## Grade 11 Complex Numbers CCSS: HSN-CN.B.4

- They are similar, since the geometry of the complex plane is closely related to the polar coordinates of a complex number.
- They are the same. This is only a phenomenon of the first quadrant though; for a complex number in any other quadrant, these values would be different.
- They are the same, since [math]alpha[/math] represents the modulus of [math]z[/math], and [math]beta[/math] represents the argument of [math]z.[/math]
- Any similarity or equality is pure chance; there is no relationship between these values.