Complex Number Shortcut Tricks

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Introduction

In this article, we will discuss about Complex Number Shortcut Tricks , the whole chapter contains each and every concept by shortcut tricks.

Today we are to discuss the complex number, a conjugate of a complex number, modulus of a complex number, argument, or amplitude of a complex number.

Along with the above concepts, we will also discuss about trigonometric or polar form, logarithm form, eulerian form, and the square root of a complex number.

Now we are going to discuss each concept one by one by discussing their basic concepts along with shortcut tricks.

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Complex Number

       A number of the form z = x + y where x, y Є R, and = under root -1, is called a complex number where x is known as the real part, and y is known as the imaginary part of the complex number.

Note:-

  1. x = Re(z) and y = Im(z)
  2. if x = 0 then the complex number is known as purely imaginary and if y = 0 then the complex number is purely Real.
  3. The complex number 0 is purely Real and purely imaginary both. 

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Conjugate of a Complex Number

         If z = x + y is a  complex Number then its conjugate is defined as 

x – y which is obtained by change the sign of imaginary part.

Modulus of a Complex Number

If z = x + y is a complex Number then its modulus is denoted by I z I and it is defined as the square root of the sum of x square and y square.

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Amplitude  or  Argument of a Complex Number

The amplitude or argument of a complex z is the inclination of the directed line segment representing z, with the real axis.

Note:-

  1. The principle value of any complex number lies between  –π < ϴ ≤ π
  2. In general, by the arg z, we mean the principle arg z  unless specified otherwise.

Polar form / Trigonometric form

            If z = x + y is a complex Number in Cartesian form then its polar form is given by

Z = r (cos ϴ + i sin ϴ) where r  and arg z = ϴ

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Shortcut Tricks

we have the following shortcut tricks to find the solution of complex numbers in just in a few seconds.

# shortcut tricks to find the locus of a point formed by the complex number.

# shortcut tricks to find the maximum and minimum value of the modulus of a complex number.

# shortcut tricks to find the square root of a complex number.

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Explanations

Each mcq is explained by proper shortcut tricks in a simple manner.

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Conclusion

Finally, we can say that complex number shortcut tricks help us to solve the questions of complex numbers very easily and in less time.

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