HLRGAATPreISM_35799X_03_ch3

# HLRGAATPreISM_35799X_03_ch3 - Chapter 3 Polynomial...

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Chapter 3: Polynomial Functions 3.1: Comple x Numbers 1. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is . (c) The number is pure imaginary. 2. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is 3. (c) The number is pure imaginary. 3. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is . (b) The imaginary part is 0. (c) The number is real. 4. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is . (b) The imaginary part is 0. (c) The number is real. 5. The complex number is written in standard form. (a) The real part is 3. (b) The imaginary part is 7. (c) The number is nonreal complex. 6. The complex number is written in standard form. (a) The real part is . (b) The imaginary part is 4. (c) The number is nonreal complex. 7. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is . (c) The number is pure imaginary. 8. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is . (c) The number is pure imaginary. 9. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is . (c) The number is pure imaginary. 10. The complex number can be written . (a) The real part is 0. (b) The imaginary part is . (c) The number is pure imaginary. 11. True 12. True 13. True 14. True 15. False. Every real number is a complex number. 16. True 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. 22. 23. 24. ] 7 1 1 ] 100 5] 7 1 i 1 100 7 1 10 i 5 1 1 ] 4 5 5 1 i 1 4 5 5 1 2 i ] 1 ] 95 i 1 95 ] 1 ] 39 i 1 39 ] 1 ] 225 i 1 225 15 i ] 1 ] 400 i 1 400 20 i 1 ] 169 5 i 1 169 5 13 i 1 ] 100 5 i 1 100 5 10 i 1 10 0 1 1 10 i 1 ] 10 1 7 0 1 1 7 i 1 ] 7 ] 1 3 0 2 1 3 i ] i 2 3 1 7 0 1 1 7 i i 2 7 ] 8 ] 8 1 4 i 3 1 7 i 2 2 2 2 1 0 i 2 2 π π 1 0 i π 0 1 3 i 3 i ] 9 0 2 9 i ] 9 i

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HLRGAATPreISM_35799X_03_ch3 - Chapter 3 Polynomial...

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