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Exponential Form of Vector RepresentationAuthor: E.E. Kimberly From calculus, and where θ is expressed in radians. Therefore,
By McLaurin's Theorem, ε^{θ} may be expressed as an infinite series as follows: Therefore, which is the expression just derived for cos θ + j sin θ and A vector A can then be expressed as follows:
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