# polor() complex function in python by R4R Team

- polor() is python function defined in cmath library, which return the polor form of the complex function or a pair (r,ph)
- where r is modulus of complex number and ph is a phase of the complex number.

Syntax-

cmath.polor(num)

-Here cmath is a library in which polor() function is defined
-num is a complex number whose polor form we required.

program-

import cmath

n=complex(12,6)
print("Complex number is ",n)
print("polor form is is ",cmath.polar(n))

n=complex(1,6)
print("Complex number is ",n)
print("polor form is is ",cmath.polar(n))

n=complex(0,1)
print("Complex number is ",n)
print("polor form is ",cmath.polar(n))

n=complex(0,0)
print("Complex number is ",n)
print("polor form is ",cmath.polar(n))

output-

Complex number is (12+6j)
polor form is is (13.416407864998739, 0.4636476090008061)
Complex number is (1+6j)
polor form is is (6.082762530298219, 1.4056476493802699)
Complex number is 1j
polor form is (1.0, 1.5707963267948966)
Complex number is 0j
polor form is (0.0, 0.0)

-In this program, we have a different complex numbers and for each one we find the polor pair by cmath.polor(n) where n is a complex number.