Complex numbers

2. Arithmetic of complex numbers

Complex Numbers Chapter 2 Arithmetic of complex numbers Chapter 2.1 Definition A complex number z, as the name suggests, is a complex (set) of 2 numbers. It consists of a real and imaginary part. It can be represented equivalently as a pair or as a sum. E.g. z=(3,2) or z=3+2j Fig. 2-1 Equivalent notations for …

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1. Introduction

Complex Numbers Chapter 1 Introduction The idea of ​​complex numbers dates back to antiquity. The beginnings are Heron and his considerations on the area of ​​a triangle. Then in the 16th … 17th century, people wondered “What if …?”. If there was such a number i whose product i*i=-1. It’s heresy! There can be a …

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