# The Magnitude of a Complex Number

## Relevant Rhea pages

- How to compute the magnitude of a complex number from ECE301
- The magnitude is not the same as the absolute value! from ECE301
- Complex modulus from ECE301
- Complex magnitude from a geometric perspective using Euler's formula from ECE301
- Norm and agrument of a complex number from ECE301
- Using Euler's formula to compute the norm of a complex exponential (practice problem) from ECE438
- Compute the the norm of a complex numbers (practice problem) from ECE301
- Compute the norm of a continuous-time complex exponential signal (practice problem) from ECE301
- Compute the norm of a discrete-time complex exponential signal (practice problem) from ECE301
- Compute the energy and power of a CT signal (practice problem) from ECE301
- Compute the energy and power of a DT signal (practice problem) from ECE301
- Students discussing a related (baffling) equality

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## Related Courses

It is important to be able to compute the magnitude of a complex number in many courses, including