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The complex number w has modulus \(\sqrt{2}\) and argument \(-\frac{3\pi}{4}\), and the complex number \(z\) has modulus \(2\) and argument \(-\frac{\pi}{3}\). Find the modulus and argument of \(wz\), giving each answer exactly.

By first expressing w and \(z\) is the form \(x+iy\), find the exact real and imaginary parts of \(wz\).

I have a problem with finding the argument of \(wz\) and expressing \(w\) and \(z\) in the form \(x+iy\)

By first expressing w and \(z\) is the form \(x+iy\), find the exact real and imaginary parts of \(wz\).

I have a problem with finding the argument of \(wz\) and expressing \(w\) and \(z\) in the form \(x+iy\)

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