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  • one year ago

What is true about the complex number -5 + 5i? It lies in quadrant 2 It lies in quadrant 4

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  1. anonymous
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  2. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    yep you can think it like coordination geometry in argand plane as i as y axis and normal as x axis like you can imagine it like (-5,5) in normal Cartesian plane so what do you think now?

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    Well, the imaginary part of a complex number is basically equivalent to the y-value where as the real part is the x value. So you have an x-value of -5 and a y-value of 5. So (-5,5) would be where you would plot the point

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    so quadrant 2?

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    yep

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    thanks

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    :3

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    anytime :)

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