Algebra - Complex Numbers
Asked by anubhav57 | 25th Feb, 2009, 01:21: AM
1. to work in complex numbers, you must remember that every expression should be converted to the standard a+ib form.
2. When trying to do this, you must remember that the denominator (if any) sshould be multiplied by its conjugate so as to convert the 'complex 'denominator into a 'real' denominator.
3.Remember that the modulus of a complex number a+ib is equal to
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Answered by | 26th Feb, 2009, 01:40: PM
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