I keep getting i^23=i^20+3=i(4x5)+3=-i It should up -1 but I do not know how
I keep getting i^23=i^20+3=i(4x5)+3=-i It should up -1 but I do not know how
Write the complex number in polar form with argument θ between 0 and 2π. 7radical 3 − 7i
Write the complex number in polar form with argument θ between 0 and 2π. 9 radical 3 − 9i
12) 3i. 3i is the problem i am trying to answer please help me not sure how to do it. It's pre calcus.
The function f : C → C is given by f(z) = z² + 14. What should I do to find the range of this function?
perform each of the following calculations involving complex numbers, and write the answer, simplified as much as possible, in the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers. 1. (4+2i)...
i am having alot of problems with algebra 2. I'd like help finding some of the answers because I know that no matter how I work it out I will not end up with the right answer.
u=2-3i and v=-3+i Write the following complex numbers in the standard form of a complex number. u+v= u-v= uv= u/v= v/u= v^2= v^3= v^4= &n...
A. Identify the complex conjugate B. Multiply the conjugate pairs & write in standard form
I tried to multiply the 3-i on the top and bottom but then I get lost on what belongs on the bottom and on the top. I thought I would have something like 6-2i/9 but that doesn't...
Write the complex number in standard form: the problem is actually (3-2i) to the second power: (3-2i)^2 (times) (3+2i) all over (5-i) So the question is: (3-2i)^2...
A. 2 + i/ i B. 3 + i/ 4-3i
2/ 1 + i + 3/ 1 - i
This is for my math analysis class, and I can't quite figure out how to do it!
How is the expansion of the square of |z1+z2| derived?
The directions say to simplify and write in standard form a+bi.
write the complex number in standard form: (3-2i)^2(3+2i) ...
multiply:- (2√-3+3√-2) by (4√-3-5√-2)
For example x-5x would it remain 5x or just 5?
find the exact solutions to the quadratic equation in the complex numbers