Complex Numbers are a fascinating and often surprising area of Mathematics. Although Complex Numbers could be regarded as a stand-alone subject for many students, it has a range of real-world applications in Math, science, technology and engineering. Check out the classroom with this FREE PREVIEW.
Who is the Complex Numbers Course For?
Complex Numbers may be useful to Pre-Calculus and Calculus students depending on their ultimate goal. Students who intend to pursue engineering or science may be particulalrly interested in Complex Numbers. View the CLASSROOM.
What is Taught in Complex Numbers?
Imaginary & Complex Numbers, Operations with Complex Numbers, Roots of Quadratic Equations, Argand Diagrams, Modulus-Argument Form, Exponential Form, De Moivre’s Theorem, Nth Roots of Complex Numbers. View the full CURRICULUM.
What Will I Take Away From This Course?
Students will develop skills which allow a greater number of problems to be understood and solved. Students who have completed a course in Complex Numbers will have a greater insight into the nature of numbers generally.
How Does Complex Numbers Compare to Calculus?
Complex Numbers does not require Calculus skills and vice versa. Complex Numbers can be considered a stand-alone course.
What is the Progression From Complex Numbers?
Complex Numbers are used in many disciplines, often unexpectedly. Having some experience of Complex Numbers may be useful in science, technology, engineering and certainly if you plan to study Math in the future.