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i34 is the complex part of the number 0+i34. The real part is 0, so this is a purely imaginary number.

It is 3/13 - 2/13*i

ax2 + bx + c = 0 , find the value of x . b2-4ac>o x is real (2 different values will solve) b2-4ac=o -> a double root (a single real number will solve it) x=real numbers. b2-4ac<0 x= two complex number roots (either pure imaginary or a complex number with real and imaginary components)

The sum of the three constitutive angles of a planar triangle is always equal to 180 degrees or two right angles. And there are two things in it as well. they are diagonal and a exterior angle

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Their sum is real.

Not necessarily. It can be wholly imaginary.For example, 1 + i actually has two complex conjugates. Most schools will teach you that the complex conjugate is 1 - i. However, -1 + i is also a conjugate for 1 + i. (Their product is -1 times the product of the "normal" conjugate pair).The sum of 1 + i and -1 + i = 2i

Graphically, the conjugate of a complex number is its reflection on the real axis.

When a complex number is multiplied by its conjugate, the product is a real number and the imaginary number disappears.

The conjugate is 7-5i

The conjugate is 7 - 3i is 7 + 3i.

For a complex number (a + bi), its conjugate is (a - bi). If the number is graphically plotted on the Complex Plane as [a,b], where the Real number is the horizontal component and Imaginary is vertical component, the Complex Conjugate is the point which is reflected across the real (horizontal) axis.

The conjugate will have equal magnitude. The angle from the real axis will be the same angle measure (but opposite direction).

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The concept of conjugate is usually used in complex numbers. If your complex number is a + bi, then its conjugate is a - bi.

Yes they do, complex conjugate only flips the sign of the imaginary part.

Since the imaginary portion of a real number is zero, the complex conjugate of a real number is the same number.

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