4 we get 2x 1 2x 1 3 dividing both sides by x 1

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Unformatted text preview: text. We invite you and your classmates to find a few examples of complex number applications and see what you can make of them. A simple Internet search with the phrase ‘complex numbers in real life’ should get you started. Basic electronics classes are another place to look, but remember, they might use the letter j where we have used i. For the remainder of the text, with the exception of Section 11.7 and a few exploratory exercises scattered about, we will restrict our attention to real numbers. We do this primarily because the first Calculus sequence you will take, ostensibly the one that this text is preparing you for, studies only functions of real variables. Also, lots of really cool scientific things don’t require any deep understanding of complex numbers to study them, but they do need more Mathematics like exponential, logarithmic and trigonometric functions. We believe it makes more sense pedagogically for you to learn about those functions now then take a course in Complex Function Theory in your jun...
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