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1. Cartesian representation and laws: z = x + iy Re( z ) = x , Im( z ) = y , | z |= x 2 + y 2 , z* = x iy (i) z + z* = 2 Re( z ) (ii) z z* = 2i Im( z ) (iii) zz* =| z | 2 (iv) ( z w) = z * w * , (v) arg( z1 z 2 ) = arg( z1 ) + arg( z 2 )

*

ote: If a polynomial F ( z ) = 0 has real coefficients throughout its entire structure, then complex roots (if any) MUST occur in conjugate pairs. 2. Polar representation and laws:

z = r (cos + i sin ) ,

De Moivres Theorem: If z = r (cos + i sin ) , then z n = r n (cos n + i sin n ) Useful information: (i) cos( ) = cos ; sin( ) = sin (ii) If z = r (cos + i sin ) , then z* = r (cos i sin ) (iii) z + z* = 2r cos , z z* = 2r (i sin ) (Note in particular if r = 1 , then z* = cos i sin = 3. Eulers(exponential) representation and laws:

z = re i , 1 ) z

)(

( )

= re in

z=e

2 k i n

n = 0, 1, 2, 3, .. n 1

Note: Ensure that the argument of each single individual complex root is presented in the standard range required, ie < arg(z ) . (b) Solving general polynomial equations: z n = F ( z ) z n = re i ( 2 k + ) , where F (z ) has been transformed into the Eulers representation and its argument is added to a mandatory cycling factor 2k

z=e

2 k + i n

n = 0, 1, 2, 3, .. n 1

Note: Ensure that the argument of each single individual complex root is presented in the standard range required, ie < arg(z ) . 5. Physical implications of multiplying one complex number by another: Consider a complex number z = r1ei1 . If it is multiplied by another complex number w = r2 ei 2 , then the physical effect is that of changing the length of the cord joining z and the origin (in the Argand diagram)by a factor of r2 , and subsequently rotating this cord by an angle of 2 . The resultant complex number is therefore r1 r2 e i (1 + 2 ) . Im

zw

2 1

r1r2

Re

r1

Interpretation: Set of variable points denoted by z which are always b units away from a fixed complex number a . Locus: A circle centered at complex number a with radius b Im

a

b

Re

Note: If | z a | b , then the locus shall be the entire interior of the circle coupled with the boundary of the circle itself. Similar logic must be applied to varying inequalities for this circular loci construct as well. (ii) | z a |=| z b | Interpretation: Set of variable points denoted by z which are equidistant from two unique, fixed complex numbers a and b . Locus: A line that bisects the cord joining complex numbers a and b in a perpendicular fashion Im

Re

a

(iii) arg( z a ) = Interpretation: Set of variable points denoted by z which will form an argument of around a fixed complex number a . Locus: A line that is pivoted at a and possesses a standard argument . Im

a

Re

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