Chapter 7 (Part 1): Radical Expressions
Radical Expressions are expressions that contain radicals. Isn't that an awesome definition! Seriously though these types of expressions have radicals shown to the left), the most common of which is the square root.
Chapter 7 (Part 2): Imaginary and Complex Numbers
An imaginary number is a square root of a negative number. Imaginary numbers have the form bi where b is a nonzero real number and i is the imaginary unit, defined as the square root of −1.
An imaginary number bi can be added to a real number a to form a complex number of the form a + bi, where a and b are called respectively, the "real part" and the "imaginary part" of the complex number.
The name "imaginary number" was originally coined in the seventeenth century as a derogatory term as such numbers were regarded by some as fictitious or useless, but today they have essential, concrete applications in a variety of scientific and related areas.
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An imaginary number bi can be added to a real number a to form a complex number of the form a + bi, where a and b are called respectively, the "real part" and the "imaginary part" of the complex number.
The name "imaginary number" was originally coined in the seventeenth century as a derogatory term as such numbers were regarded by some as fictitious or useless, but today they have essential, concrete applications in a variety of scientific and related areas.
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