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Unformatted text preview: i n = 1 ; if the remainder is 1, i n = i , if the remainder is 2, i n = 1 ; if the remainder is 3, i n = i. Write in a + bi form: 1. 252. a. 50b.50 3. 3 16 2+ Add or subtract: 4. (1 + 6i) + (5 – 4i) 5. (5 + i)  (5 – i) 6. (6 + 4i)  (2 – i) + (7 – 3i) Multiply: 7. 2 10 × 8. 4(1 – 3 i ) 9. 5 i (2 + 3 i ) 10. (3  2 i)(2 – 5i) 11. (4 + 3 i) 2 12. (2 + 6i)(2 – 6i) Divide: 13. 2 814. i i+ 2 5 3 15. i i 3 6 5...
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 Fall '11
 PatriciaBishop
 Factoring, Negative Numbers, Remainder, Complex Numbers, Complex number, Imaginary unit, negative expression

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