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TAMATCHI123

  • 2 years ago

What are the characteristics of a complex number? (1 point) What is the relationship between a complex number and its conjugate? (2 point) Describe the usefulness of the conjugate and its effect on other complex numbers. (2 points)

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  1. TAMATCHI123
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    i need straight answers thanks you guys

  2. UnkleRhaukus
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  3. TAMATCHI123
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    im just doing radical word type problems but thankyou though

  4. TAMATCHI123
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    i really dont understand

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    @Hero

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    can u help me

  7. Hero
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    1. Characteristics of a complex number, a + bi, is the inclusion of a (the real component) and bi (the complex component) 2. The relationship between a complex number (a + bi) and its conjugate (a - bi) is that the complex components are opposites of each other. 3. The conjugate of a complex number can be used to simplify equations and expressions, most particularly rational expressions with square root in the denominator.

  8. TAMATCHI123
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    i since it is imaginary

  9. Hero
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    That goes without saying

  10. TAMATCHI123
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    would it just be the recipient for 2

  11. Hero
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    What I've posted should be enough for your requirements.

  12. Hero
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    the conjugates are not reciprocals of each other. I don't know what you mean by "recipient".

  13. TAMATCHI123
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    ok

  14. TAMATCHI123
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    my teacher is picky

  15. Hero
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    Maybe, but you have to make due with what you have. I've given you a good bit of info. You should be able to find the rest on your own. Review your notes and your book.

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    thankyou i appreciate it

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