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What's new in Ruby 2.1.0: Numerics - About.com
Ruby 2.1.0 includes a new small changes to numeric literals if you're working with rational or imaginary numbers, as well as a few changes to how Bignum ...
domain and range of functions, imaginary numbers, reals - AllExperts
Nov 6, 2004 ... imaginary numbers, reals, negative numbers: Amy To get the domains, you only need to see what values of x make the function undefined.
What Is i? Video
In math, i is the square root of negative one, which is an imaginary number. If that doesn't ... And all of these numbers are real numbers -- so is i a real number?
Introduction to Complex Numbers - About.com
this, we can now find the square roots of negative numbers in terms of real numbers and i. (i is actually is called an “imaginary” number, but don't let this mislead ...
Basic Math: Inverse of 3/4, common denominator, imaginary numbers
Apr 4, 2007 ... common denominator, imaginary numbers, real solution: This is because the inverse of the sum of two fractions is not the same as the sum of ...
TComplexMath - Delphi - About.com
All complex number has a real and an imaginary part. ... Try using the complex math routines with real numbers (zero imaginary part), and you'll come up with ...
using structures - Write the code for complex numbers and learn ...
Learning to use structures by coding one for complex numbers ... &ensp. This gives you an instance with a Real and Imaginary property as shown below: --------
How to Solve i Functions in Equations Video
Solving functions with imaginary numbers, or i, is an important part of calculus. Learn how to solve i functions in equations in this how-to video from About.com.
What Is a Real Number - Statistics - About.com
Any real number multiplied by i is also known as an imaginary number. Imaginary numbers definitely stretch our conception of number, as they are not at all what ...
Advanced Math: complex numbers, binomial theorem, imaginary parts
Mar 29, 2007 ... binomial theorem, imaginary parts, positive solutions: So do it! You know i^2=-1 so use the binomial theorem.
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