Mathematical Method Chapter No.1: Complex Numbers
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What is a Complex Number?
Complex numbers are those that are expressed as a+ib, where a and b are actual numbers and “I” is a fictitious number called an “iota.” I have the value (1). As an illustration, the complex number 2+3i is made up of the real number 2 (Re) and the imaginary number 3i (IMG).
Course Contents

Complex number

Properties of complex numbers

Argand’s diagram

De Moivre’s theorem

Roots of the complex number

Basic elementary functions

Logarithmic functions

Inverse hyperbolic functions

Inverse trigonometric functions

Complex power

Summation of series
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