|Pure Imaginary Numbers|
Pure Imaginary Numbers are the square roots of negative real numbers, such as:
A complex number is any number written in the form:
a + bi
Where ‘a’ and ‘b’ are real numbers, and ‘i’ is the imaginary unit.
Complex numbers can be added and subtracted as shown below:
Here we have an equation that contains complex numbers:
4x – 6 + (2y - 8)i = 6 + 4i
To solve this equation, set the real parts equal to each other, and set the imaginary parts equal to each other.