# Complex numbers Questions and Answers

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Complex numbersSelect the correct expressions in the table Which expressions are equivalent to the given expression 9 4 2 576 64 32i2 24 8i 3 2i 2 24 8i 32i2 24 8i 51 6i 45 101 51 6i

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Complex numbersFind the complex zeros of the following polynomial function. Write f in factored form.
f(x)=x³ +27
The complex zeros of f are
Use the complex zeros to factor f
f(x) =

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Complex numbersUse DeMoivre's Theorem to find the indicated power of the complex number. Write the result in standard form.

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Complex numbersFind Z₁ Z₂, and
if z₁ = 2( cos 45° + i sin 45°) and Z₂ = 4( cos 25° + i sin 25°). Write your answers in standard polar form with the argument in degrees.

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Complex numbersFind zw and Write each answer in polar form and in exponential form.
The product zw in polar form is
and in exponential form is

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Complex numbersWrite the following complex number in trigonometric form. Write the magnitude in exact form. Write the argument in radians and round it to two decimal places if necessary.
5-8i

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Complex numbersWrite the following complex number in trigonometric form. Write the magnitude in exact form. Write the argument in radians and round it to two decimal places if necessary.
-2-3i

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Complex numbersWrite the following complex number in standard form, z = a + bi. Write the exact answer. Do not round.
5 (cos (11π/6) + isin (11π/6))

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Complex numbersUse DeMoivre's Theorem to calculate the following expression. Express your answer in the form found using Euler's Formula. |z|n ein0
[3 (cos(240°) + isin (240°))]8

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Complex numbersWrite the following complex number in standard form, z = a + bi. Use the exact form if possible; otherwise, use a decimal approximation rounded
to the hundredths place.
5 (cos(315°) + isin (315°))

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Complex numbersPerform the following multiplication and write the product in trigonometric form. Express your result in the exact form, if possible; otherwise, use a
decimal approximation rounded to the nearest hundredth.
[4(cos(5π/4)+ isin (5π/4)][(4cos(3π/2)+isin(3π/2))]
Solve the problem above and enter your solution below in trigonometric form. Recall that answers entered in degrees will require a degree symbol,
which is located in the keypad.

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Complex numbersPerform the following division and write the quotient in trigonometric form. Write the magnitude in exact form. Write the argument in radians and
round it to two decimal places if necessary.
-6i/ 2+i

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Complex numbersPerform the following multiplication and write the product in standard form. Express your result in the exact form, if possible; otherwise, use a decimal approximation rounded to the nearest hundredth.
(-1-3i)(-2+3i)

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Complex numbersWrite the following complex number in trigonometric form. Write the argument in radians, and if possible, use the exact form. Otherwise, use a
decimal approximation rounded to the hundredths place.
-4-2i

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Complex numbersEvaluate the series.
4Σ (i+1)
i=1
i=14Σ (i+1) = (Simplify your answer. Type an integer or a simplified fraction.)