To find the magnitude of a complex number in Python, you can create a complex object and take the absolute value of that object.

```
c = complex(5,7) #represents the complex number 5 + 7i
magnitude = abs(c)
print(magnitude)
#Output:
8.602325267042627
```

One of the reasons why Python is so awesome is that we can perform a diverse set of calculations very easily. One calculation is to be able to find the magnitude of a complex number.

Complex numbers are made up of two parts. The first part is the “real” part, and the second part is the “imaginary” part.

The magnitude of a complex number is the length of the vector created by a coordinates from (0,0) by a complex number in the complex plane.

We can easily get the magnitude of a complex number with Python by utilizing the Python complex() function and Python **abs()** function.

Below are some examples of how you can find the magnitude of complex numbers in your Python code.

```
a = complex(5,7) #represents the complex number 5+7j
b = complex(2,-3) #represents the complex number 2-3j
c = complex("10-5j") #represents the complex number 10-5j
d = complex("4j") #represents the complex number 4j
print(abs(a))
print(abs(b))
print(abs(c))
print(abs(d))
#Output:
8.602325267042627
3.605551275463989
11.180339887498949
4.0
```

Hopefully this article has been useful for you to learn how to calculate the magnitude of a complex number in Python.

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