Many of us learn to count by visualising a horizontal number line – negatives to the left and positives to the right, zero in the middle. With complex numbers we introduce a vertical number line of ‘imaginary’ numbers. But it turns out these imaginary numbers are not just ‘made up’ but have many applications in the real world and are important in a wide range of Math courses. This course introduces a range of new techniques to describe and work with complex numbers and is a stand-alone course with some cross-over to Trigonometry.
At My Maths Guy we believe in taking students on a learning transformation. So, we’ve bundled this course with others we think may be useful at some point in your Core Calculus & Beyond journey.
All Courses Included in 'Core Calculus & Beyond'
What You’ll Learn
Imaginary & Complex Numbers
Operations with Complex Numbers
Roots of Quadratic Equations
Exponential Form of Complex Numbers
De Moivre’s Theorem
Nth Roots of Complex Numbers