Python – cmath.polar() function

cMath module contains a number of functions which is used for mathematical operations for complex numbers. The cmath.polar() function is used to convert a complex number to polar coordinates. The value passed in this function can be int, float, and complex numbers.

Syntax: cmath.polar(x)

Parameter:This method accepts the following parameters.

  • x :This parameter is the number to find polar coordinates of.

Returns:This method returns a tuple value that represent the polar coordinates.

Below examples illustrate the use of above function:

Example #1 : 



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# Python code to implement
# the polar()function
        
# importing "cmath"
# for mathematical operations  
import cmath 
    
# using cmath.polar() method 
val = cmath.polar(1
print(val)

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Output:

(1.0, 0.0)

Example 2:

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# Python code to implement
# the polar()function
        
# importing "cmath"
# for mathematical operations  
import cmath 
    
# using cmath.polar() method 
val = cmath.polar(2 + 4j)
print(val)

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Output:

(4.47213595499958, 1.1071487177940904)

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