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Classifying Complex Numbers Instructions The following slides list a set containing various types of numbers that you are to categorize as being strictly complex, strictly real or strictly imaginary by drawing a Venn diagram showing the set/subset relationship between the complex numbers, the real numbers and the imaginary numbers then placing each number in the set where it belongs. After doing this press the space bar once to set the correct answer, then again for the next problem. One example is provided to illustrate.

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{3-7i, 13i, 9, -2i, -2+8i, -1} 3-7i i-2i

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{3i, -14, -i, 2 - 3i, 1 + i, 9} – 3i 1 + i 3i-i

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{7- i, -9i, 0, 2i, 8 + i, 13 } – i 8 + i -9i2i

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{-3i, 14, -11i, 2 - 8i, 1 -7 i, -9} – 8i 1 – 7i -3i-11i

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{ 2 / 3 -8i, 7+4i, -11i, 2, 2 / 3 i, -17} / 3 -8i 7+4i 2 / 3 i -11i

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{8i, -4i, 7, 2 + 3i, 7i, 9 + i} 7 8i-4i 7i 9 + i 2 + 3i

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{-3+8i, - 5 / 7 i, -6i, 7- 4 / 11 i, -2+11i, 27} -3+8i - 5 / 7 i -6i 7- 4 / 11 i -2+11i 27

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{0+6i, -15-0i, -10i, i, 1 - 9i, -9} 0+6i -15-0i -10i i 1 - 9i -9

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{i, i, 2, 0 - 3i, 11 + i, 9+0i} i i i 11 + i 9+0i

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{3, -14, -7i, i, 7 + 2i, 9 - 3i} i i 7 + 2i 9 - 3i

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Classifying Complex Numbers THE END

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