3solvethequadraticequation a5y2200 b4x2240 c5x2150

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Unformatted text preview: = 1 2 Chp. 5.4 ­ Complex Numbers February 28, 2013 Examples: Ex. 1 ­ Simplify. a) √­27 b) √­216 c) √­18 d) √­125 e) (2i2)(3i3)(­2i) f) i63 g) i21 h) (­2i)(­3i)(i) k)3i 4i l) √­20 √­12 m) i31 Ex. 2 ­ Add/simplify. a) (­2 + 5i) + (1 ­ 7i) b) (3 + 5i) + (2 ­ 4i) c) (4 ­ 2i) ­ (3 ­ 7i) Ex. 3 ­ Solve the quadratic equation. a) 5y2 + 20 = 0 b) 4x2 + 24 = 0 c) 5x2 = ­150 Ex. 4 ­ Find the values...
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