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Brett Solberg AHS11-12
Sit in your assigned seat Turn in the following: Ch 6 Warm-ups Ch 6 Review Any late work Get out the following for your test: notes pencil calculator Do you have any last second questions?
25 questions – Multiple Choice take your time check each answer carefully show work fill in bubble sheet afterwards When you finish put both packet and scantron on scanner work on sudoku puzzle
Solve for x: What HW Problems should we review?
Imaginary and Complex Numbers Add/Subtract Multiply/Divide Simplify Green Midyear Review Corrected Next Class End of the quarter is next class
Examples of Complex Numbers 2 + 3i 4 – i -1 – 5i
Real Parts add/subtract together Imaginary Parts add/subtract together (-2 + 3i) + (2 – 3i) = 3i – 4i = (-4 + 10i) – (-2 + 3i) =
Use conjugates What is the conjugate of: 3 + 2i -2 – i
7.7 pg 323 # 2 - 40 even 7.9 pg 329 #4 – 26 even
Operations with Complex Numbers
Warm up. Questions over hw? Skills Check Simplify.
Tell a neighbor… 1.An example of a very large number. 2.An example of a very small number.
Multiply Simplify Write the expression as a complex number.
Skills Check Perform the indicated operation. Find the area & perimeter of the rectangle. 3. Perimeter = ____ 4. Area = ____ 2x + 1 2x – 3.
The Complex Number System. 1. Write each expression as a pure imaginary number. (similar to p.537 #26)
Complex Numbers. Solve the Following 1. 2x 2 = 8 2. x = 0.
Warm up – Simplify. Questions over hw? Skills Check Perform the indicated operation. Find the area & perimeter of the rectangle. 3. Perimeter = ____.
Solve the equation. 1.) 3x = 23 2.) 2(x + 7) 2 = 16 Warm Up.
Simplify each expression.
Complex Numbers warm up 4 Solve the following Complex Numbers Any number in form a+bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is imaginary. What is an.
A.6 Complex Numbers & Solving Equations. Imaginary Numbers.
SOL Warm Up 1) C 2) B 3) (4x + y) (2x – 5y) 4) x = 7 ½ and x = -1/2 Answers.
Complex Numbers Objectives:
Ch. 4.6 : I Can define and use imaginary and complex numbers and solve quadratic equations with complex roots Success Criteria: I can use complex numbers.
Complex Numbers. Numbers that are not real are called Imaginary. They use the letter i. i = √-1 or i 2 = -1 Simplify each: √-81 √-10 √-32 √-810.
Introduction to Complex Numbers
Dividing Complex Numbers. Before we begin Last time we learned about the imaginary numbers. Last time we learned about the imaginary numbers. Numbers.
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