Chapter 1 Imaginary and Complex Number

# 1.4 Roots of Quadratic Equations

For real numbers a, b and c, if the roots of the quadratic equation az^2+bz+c=0 are non-real complex numbers, then they occur as a conjugate pair. In this section, you learn about Roots of Quadratic Equations, complex quadratic, complex square root, complex of quadratic equations.

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Understand the definition of a complex conjugate.

Roots of Quadratic Equations - Roots of Quadratic Equations, complex quadratic, complex square root, complex of quadratic equations.