Chapter 1 Imaginary and Complex Number

# 1.2 Multiplying Complex Numbers

You can multiply complex numbers using the same technique that you use for multiplying brackets in algebra. You can use the fact i = √(-1) to simplify power of i. i^2=-1. In this chapter, you learn about complex equations, complex number, complex working, and multiplying complex number.

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You can multiply complex numbers using the same technique that you use for multiplying brackets in algebra. You can use the fact i = √(-1) to simplify power of i. i^2=-1. In this chapter, you learn about complex equations, complex number, complex working, and multiplying complex number.

Add and Subtract complex numbers.

Multiplying Complex Numbers - complex equations, complex number, complex working, multiplying complex number