A number of the form Z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i = √−1 is called a complex number. Consider the complex number Z_{1} = 2 + 3i and Z_{2} = 4 – 3i.
Q. Real part of Z_{1} is ...............A number of the form Z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i = √−1 is called a complex number. Consider the complex number Z_{1} = 2 + 3i and Z_{2} = 4 – 3i.
Q. Imaginary part of Z_{1} – Z_{2} is .............
= –2 + 6i
Imaginary part = 6
A number of the form Z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i = √−1 is called a complex number. Consider the complex number Z_{1} = 2 + 3i and Z_{2} = 4 – 3i.
Q. Imaginary part of Z_{2} is ...............A number of the form Z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i = √−1 is called a complex number. Consider the complex number Z_{1} = 2 + 3i and Z_{2} = 4 – 3i.
Q. Real part of Z_{1}/Z_{2} is ..............
A number of the form Z = x + iy, where x and y are real and i = √−1 is called a complex number. Consider the complex number Z_{1} = 2 + 3i and Z_{2} = 4 – 3i.
Q. Imaginary part of is ...........
Imaginary part = 0
Consider the complex number Z = 2 – 2i.
Q. The real part of Z is ...............
Consider the complex number Z = 2 – 2i.
Q. The value of Z is ..............
Consider the complex number Z = 2 – 2i.
Q. Zz̄ = ..............
Consider the complex number Z = 2 – 2i.
Q. The principal argument of Z is ...........
Consider the complex number Z = 2 – 2i.
Q. The polar form of Z is .............
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