Investigation: Complex Numbers
Not all numbers are numbers that exist in our everyday world. These numbers
are called imaginary numbers.
1 = _
All numbers are considered complex numbers, whether they are imaginary, real,
or both. Complex numbers can be w
Homework Lesson 7.5 part 2 Complex Numbers
Name: _
Period: _
1. Simplify the following. Put your answer in the form a + bi
2
a. 2.3 54
b. ( 3 9i )
c. (-5 + 6i) (1 i)
e. -4i(-6 + i)
f. (2+3i)(4 5i)
j. i16
k.
2
3+i
g. i30
l.
4+i
5 2i
h. i9
Date: _
d. (-2 5i
Investigation: Quadratic Formula
Sometimes we will come across quadratic equations that are not factorable or square
rootable. In those cases, or in all cases, we can use the QUADRATIC FORMULA!
We call the answer(s) to equations zeroes, roots, or solution
I nvestigation:ClassifyingPolynomials
All equations and expressions in math have names so we can identify them, just
like we have names, a first name and a last name.
Part 1: What is a Monomial?
A monomial is a term that can be written as axn, however the
Homework 7.1 Classifying Polynomials
Name: _
Period: _
Date: _
Simplify and classify each of the following polynomials by degree and number of terms, and
state the leading coefficient. Make sure each polynomial is written in standard form.
Classification
Investigation: Polynomial Arithmetic
Part 1: Adding and Subtracting
Its just combining like terms.
*Note: You are adding and subtracting like objects, so do not add and
subtract the exponents!*
With problems with 1 variable, list the terms in order fro