Magnitude Of A Complex NumberYou are currentlynot logged in Click here to log in 

The magnitude of a complex number is the length when considered as a 2DVector in the complex plane or on the Argand Diagram. This is used in the polar representation of a complex number and is computed using Pythagoras' Theorem
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