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Graph and determine the magnitudes of the following complex numbers. See the earlier example.



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The magnitude of a complex number is the distance of the number from the origin in the complex plane. To find the magnitude of the given complex number in the form of

z=a+bi,z = a + bi,

we will use the formula

z=a2+b2.|z| = \sqrt{a^2 + b^2}.

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