Complex Numbers are numbers of the form

a + ib

Where a, b are real numbers

and i = iota = √(-1)

Last updated at Dec. 4, 2018 by Teachoo

Complex Numbers are numbers of the form

a + ib

Where a, b are real numbers

and i = iota = √(-1)

Transcript

Complex Numbers are numbers of the form a + ib Real part imaginary a,b are real numbers i=iota=root-1 Where a, b are real numbers and i = iota = √(-1)

Two complex numbers equal

Chapter 5 Class 11 Complex Numbers

Concept wise

- Quadaratic equation
- Two complex numbers equal
- Convert to a + ib form
- Identities (square, cube of 2 complex numbers)
- Division
- Power of i(odd and even)
- Conjugate
- Modulus,argument
- Polar representation
- Proof- Replacing iota with -iota
- Proof- Taking general complex numbers
- Proof- Solving
- Proof- Using modulus conjugate property (Pg 102)

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