Why do you use complex numbers?

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Complex numbers can help visualize physical effects like the electromagnetic fields

around wires carrying current. Refer to the link below.

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Where you use complex number?

Complex numbers are the square roots of negative numbers. i.e. root -1 = i

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Is there any use of complex numbers in geometry?

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I suggest you read the Wikipedia article con complex numbers, specifically the section "Applications". One example is electrical engineering: in the case of AC, it helps to express all voltages, currents and impedances (equivalent of resistances) as complex numbers.

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Complex numbers are a proper superset of real numbers. That is to say, real numbers are a proper subset of complex numbers.

Could anyone list numbers not in the set of complex numbers?

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Can you use a rule for multiplying by the reciprocal to divide whole numbers?

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