Complex Numbers 1

Secondary School Maths Ordinary Level

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When multiplying complex numbers, remember that the square of i = -1.

Group the real parts and add together.

Group the imaginary parts and add together.

Write down the real and imaginary parts of the complex number 7 + 4i.
Answer: real part: , imaginary part: .


Write down the real and imaginary parts of the complex number -1 -2i
Answer: real part: , imaginary part: .


Write (4 + 2i) + (5 +6i) in the form a + bi.
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Write (2 + i) + (6 + 4i) in the form a + bi.
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Write 2(4 + i) + 3(2 - i) in the form a + bi.
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Solve (2 + i)(3 + 5i). Write your answer in the form a + bi.
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Solve 5(1 + i) + i(6 - 2i). Write your answer in the form a + bi.
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Solve: -3i(-2 - 4)(-5-i). Write your answer in the form a + bi.
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