Showing output result in polar coordinate

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Shaukhin on 22 Aug 2022
Commented: Shaukhin on 24 Aug 2022
When I solve 2 or more equations including complex coefficient(i), the result (root) is shown in rectangular coordinate system (a+bi) by default. But I need to show the result in polar coordinate system (r<θ)[< is used to mean angle sign). How to do this??

Walter Roberson on 22 Aug 2022
MATLAB does not provide that as an output format. You will need to create your own function to display the data in the format you want.
If you were working with your own object class then you could build a custom format for it.
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Steven Lord on 22 Aug 2022
If all you want is to see the data in polar coordinates you could use cart2pol to calculate the coordinates.
x = 3+4i;
[theta, r] = cart2pol(real(x), imag(x))
theta = 0.9273
r = 5
[re, im] = pol2cart(theta, r)
re = 3.0000
im = 4.0000
Shaukhin on 24 Aug 2022
thanks a lot

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