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Complex Numbers Lesson 5.1

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**It's any number you can imagine**

The Imaginary Number i By definition Consider powers if i

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Using i Now we can handle quantities that occasionally show up in mathematical solutions What about

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**Complex Numbers Combine real numbers with imaginary numbers Examples**

a + bi Examples Real part Imaginary part

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Try It Out Write these complex numbers in standard form a + bi

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**Operations on Complex Numbers**

Complex numbers can be combined with addition subtraction multiplication division Consider

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**Operations on Complex Numbers**

Division technique Multiply numerator and denominator by the conjugate of the denominator

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**Complex Numbers on the Calculator**

Possible result Reset mode Complex format to Rectangular Now calculator does desired result

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**Complex Numbers on the Calculator**

Operations with complex on calculator Make sure to use the correct character for i. Use 2nd-i

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**Warning Consider It is tempting to combine them**

The multiplicative property of radicals only works for positive values under the radical sign Instead use imaginary numbers

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Try It Out Use the correct principles to simplify the following:

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Assignment Lesson 5.1 Page 340 Exercises 1 – 69 EOO

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Imaginary Numbers. You CAN have a negative under the radical. You will bring out an “i“ (imaginary).

Imaginary Numbers. You CAN have a negative under the radical. You will bring out an “i“ (imaginary).

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