The conjugate of a complex number is . Then, that complex number is
The imaginary part of is
4/5
0
2/5
-(4/5)
Let z_{1} be a complex number with |z_{1}| = 1 and z_{2} be any complex number, then
1
-1
2
Write as a complex number.
None of these
then x + y is equal to
-^{2}/_{5}
^{6}/_{5}
^{2}/_{5}
-^{6}/_{5}
If z is a complex number such that Re(z) = Im (z) , then
Re (Z^{2}) = 0
Im (z^{2}) = 0
Re (z^{2}) = Im (z^{2})
z^{2} = 0
Find the real and imaginary part of (2+i) (3-2 i)
8,1
-8,1
8,-1
-8,-1
The complex number when represented in the Argand diagram is
In the second quadrant
In the first quadrant
On the Y- axis
On the X- axis
Express in the standard form a+ib:
1+i
1 + i(0)
Write real and imaginary parts of 3/2 i
Re(Z) = 3 Im(Z) = 2 i
Re(Z) = 0 Im (Z) = 3/2
Re(Z) = 3 i Im (Z) = 2