







x^2 = 16 
20161212 

A student pose la question : x to the second power = 16
what number solves the equation? Penny Nom lui répond. 





The modulus of a complex number 
20160729 

Cheyenne pose la question : There's a question on my Summer Assignment I cant figure out. Here it is:
Find the absolute Value of the complex number. 5i
Please help? Penny Nom lui répond. 





Complex numbers in standard form 
20160115 

Michael pose la question : express the following complex numbers in standard form (2+3i)+(52i) Penny Nom lui répond. 





What is the value of 2((i)^(1/2))? 
20130722 

Delilah pose la question : What is the value of 2((i)^(1/2)) ?
i.e. absolute value of 2 multiplied by square root of i. Penny Nom lui répond. 





I started with Euler's identity and manipulated it 
20111114 

anonymous pose la question : I started with Euler's identity and manipulated it
e^i*pi=1
e^i*pi=(1)^1
e^i*pi=1
e^i*i*pi=(1)^i
e^pi=(1)^i
e^pi=(1)^i
type it in in a calculator and you get e^pi=23.1406926... and
(1)^i=0.0432139183... What did I do wrong? Robert Dawson lui répond. 





The square root of z=3+4i 
20111027 

dianah pose la question : how to find the square roots of complex number, z=3+4i Robert Dawson lui répond. 





Find all the roots 
20101202 

gagan pose la question : find all the roots of z^53z^4+2z^3+z^23z+2 Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom lui répond. 





z^5  3z^4 + 2z^3 + z^2  3z + 2 
20101106 

Kumar pose la question : would you please solve this problem, related to complex numbers.
Find all the roots of :
z^5  3z^4 + 2z^3 + z^2  3z + 2 Robert Dawson and Penny Nom lui répond. 





A Squared Number That's Negative 
20100922 

David pose la question : What is the only number that when it's squared becomes negative? Stephen La Rocque lui répond. 





Graphical Representation of Complex Numbers 
20100608 

Anas pose la question : why do we write complex number a+ib as (a,b)? Janice Cotcher lui répond. 





(1i)ln(1+i) 
20080502 

Kim pose la question : I am stuck on the expansion of (1i)ln(1+i)=(1i)[ln(square root of 2)+i(3.14/4 = 2n3.14)] Harley Weston lui répond. 





Imaginary roots 
20071209 

Josh pose la question : What is the correlation between imaginary roots (of a quadratic or other
polynomial equation) and the graph of the equation? As in, how can one
represent imaginary solutions graphically (and why does that work)? Harley Weston lui répond. 





Complex numbers 
20071027 

Dylan pose la question : My problem is to prove:
z^2 = zz* Where z is the complex number x + iy and z* is it's complex conjugate x  iy.
If the absolute value of i is 1, then it looks like: z^2 = x+y x+y = x^2 + 2xy + y^2
And zz* = x^2 + y^2. for these to be equal, 2xy = 0. This seems wrong to me. What am I doing wrong? Penny Nom lui répond. 





(1  i)^5 
20070724 

sofia pose la question : Compute the given arithmetic expression and give the answer in the form a + bi where a,b element in R.
1. (1  i)^5 Harley Weston lui répond. 





A complex number in polar form 
20070723 

roland pose la question : write the given complex number z in polar form lzl(p+qi) where lp + qil=1 for 3  4i. Harley Weston lui répond. 





Simplifying complex denominators 
20070621 

Krys pose la question : How do I simplify completely?
((4+i ) / (3+i ))  ((2i ) / (5i )) Stephen La Rocque lui répond. 





12/(7  i) 
20070418 

Diana pose la question : Perform the operation. Write all answers in a + bi form.
12

7  radical 1 Penny Nom lui répond. 





Using complex numbers 
20070312 

Kara pose la question : Do you use complex numbers in your job? Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom lui répond. 





Exponential form of complex numbers 
20070212 

Austin pose la question : When dealing with imaginary numbers in engineering, I am having trouble getting things into the exponential form. The equation is 1+i now I do know that re^(theta)i = r*cos(theta) + r*i*sin(theta). Just not quite understanding the order of operations. Thanks Penny Nom lui répond. 





The absolute value of imaginary and complex numbers 
20061211 

Keith pose la question : i don't get how to find the absolute value of imaginary and complex numbers here is an examples from the text book the answers are given but they don't show the work so i can follow along just show me the work please and explain how it is done
problem 3+4i Stephen La Rocque and Penny Nom lui répond. 





how do i find i^22? 
20060612 

Sky pose la question : how do i find i^{22}?
Sky Stephen La Rocque lui répond. 





sinh(i/2) 
20060209 

Louis pose la question : How can you set up an equation to find sinh(i/2) Penny Nom lui répond. 





The square root of i 
20051130 

Kevin pose la question :
If the square root of 1 is i, what is the square root of i?
How can you find the log of a negative number?
What is the log of 1?
Claude Tardif lui répond. 





z^2 = 3  4i 
20040326 

John pose la question : Solve: Z^2 = 3  4i Harley Weston lui répond. 





Real numbers 
20030509 

Sirena pose la question : what is a "real" number Penny Nom lui répond. 





a+b=10 and ab=40 
20020427 

April pose la question : What two numbers add to ten and multiply to forty? (a+b=10, a*b=40) I think the answer includes radicals and/or imaginary numbers. Penny Nom lui répond. 





The square root of i 
20020314 

Arlene pose la question : what is the square root of i, if i=x+yi? what is the square root of 1i? i'm getting problems like these in which I do not understand. Harley Weston lui répond. 





e^{ix} = cosx + isinx 
20011010 

Peter pose la question : Given: e^{ix} = cosx + isinx  substitute x for x to find e^{ix}, simplifying your answer
 use the given and part a to find an identity for cosx making no reference to trig functions
 find an identity for sinx
 .
 .
Penny Nom lui répond. 





The magnitude of a complex number 
20001111 

Jeremy pose la question : Recently, we started studying how to graph complex numbers. Our math teacher said to use what would normally be the xaxis as the realaxis and to use the yaxis as the imaginaryaxis. However, when he started talking about how to calculate magnitude, that's when I became confused. For instance... Walter Whiteley lui répond. 





Powers of i 
20000524 

Paul Fieldhouse pose la question : What is the result of raising i to the googol power? is there a rule or pattern to raising i by increasing powers of 10? Penny Nom lui répond. 





The square root of 1 
20000519 

Gary pose la question : i am not a student i am just some one that heard something and i can't be sure on the answer...my ? is what is the square root of 1? i think it is 1 but not sure can you let me know please thank you Harley Weston lui répond. 





root(1)* root(1) 
20000320 

Michael Moran pose la question : i squared = 1 but i squared = root(1)* root(1) = root( 1*1) = root(1) = 1 1 doesn't = 1 can you help me with my question Claude Tardif lui répond. 





Complex numbers/polar coordinates 
19990325 

Kate Cegelis pose la question : What is the relationship between complex numbers and polar coordinates? Harley Weston lui répond. 





Absolute value of i 
19990106 

Wayne Bagley pose la question : I would like to know what is the absolute value of i. I need an answer suitable for the secondary level. Harley Weston lui répond. 





Complex numbers and the quadratic formula 
19981225 

Richard Peter pose la question : My age is 16, and my name is Richard. My question relates to the topic complex numbers & the quadratic formula. I would like to know how to solve quadratic equations in which the discriminant is less than 0 (i.e. we get two complex solutions to the quadratic) 3x^{2}+2x+5 = 0 and how mathematicians like euler contributed to this field. If it would be possible I would also like to know how this type of quadratic equations can be graphed? Harley Weston lui répond. 





Complex Numbers 
19981223 

Wayne Bagley pose la question : I would like to know what is the square root of i , and i squared? I am looking for a response appropriate for secondary level students. Harley Weston lui répond. 





Two Problems 
19980728 

James Pulver pose la question : How do you solve these problem? If log abc=16 and log ac=12 , find b. (The logs are log base 10.) and If a and b are real numbers, i^2 = 1 and (a+b)+5i=9+ai what is the value of b? Jack LeSage lui répond. 





Multiplying imaginary numbers. 
19971103 

Jim Catton pose la question : Here is the question: (square root 2) x (square root 8) My algebra suggests two possibilities . . .
Walter Whiteley, Chris Fisfer and Harley Weston lui répond. 





Complex numbers 
19951022 

Jacquie pose la question : Why should we teach complex numbers in high school? Harley Weston lui répond. 

