Quadratics With Complex Roots Worksheets
What Are Quadratics with Complex Roots? Algebra is an important part of mathematics which includes working with mathematical statements including constants, variables, and arithmetic operations. Statements that do not include an 'equals to' sign are what we call expressions, and the ones with an 'equal to' sign are known as equations. There are different types of equations in algebra. The most basic ones are linear, quadratic, and cubic equations. Linear equations are those that include variables with highest power 1, quadratic are those with highest power 2, and cubic is those with a highest power 3. When you solve quadratic equations, you get two values of the variable, which are known as roots, of the equations. There are two types of roots; real roots and imaginary or complex roots. When you solve a quadratic equation using the quadratic formula; roots = (-b ± √(b2 - 4ac)) / 2a. And you get a negative number in the square-root, it is the case of quadratic equations with complex roots. These roots contain iota 'I' in it.
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