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Answered on 11/12/2016 Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC) Tuition/Class XI-XII Tuition (PUC)/Mathematics Complex Numbers

What is the general equation of complex number?

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x + iy.

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If [cube of (1 - i / 1 - i)] - [cube of (1 - i / 1 + i)] = x + iy, then the value of (x, y)?

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(1,-1).

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2 is a real number or imaginary number with respect to complex number?

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A real number.

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If [square of (1 + i)] / 2 - i = x + iy, then find the value of x + y?

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What is the value of [square root of (-25)] * [square root of (-9)]?

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What is the formula for Argand plane with respect to complex number?

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What do you mean by real value and imaginary value with respect to complex number?

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What is the conjugate of 2 - i / [square of (1 - 2i)]?

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For a positive integer n, find the value of [(1 - i) power n] [(1 - 1/i) power n]?

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If z = x + iy, then show that z * (bar of z) + 2 (z + bar of z) + b = 0, where b belongs to R, represents a circle?

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