Complex Numbers - 2

February 11, 2018 Pellumb K

Solution of a quadratic equation, Polar form of a complex number

We have know that certain quadratic equations do not have real-number solutions. In the

complex number system, all quadratic equations have solutions. We can write their solutions

in the form a + bi.

The polar form gives more insight into multiplication and divison of complex numbers.

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