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What is the mathematical and geometrical meaning of multiplying two complex number (where

one is not conjugate of the other)

When two complex numbers are multiplied what happen to their angle?

What is the mathematical and geometrical meaning of adding two complex numbers

Are there any relationship between the angles of two vectors and angle of the sum of two

complex numbers?

Kindly explain the idea of principal argument in complex number and how to use the range

involved on it?

Is the argument of complex number can have many values?

Why we remove square roots in the denominator

Is vector related to complex number? if yes, by how

What is the meaning of vector does not count position?

You cant draw vectors in Cartesian coordinate plane but in Argand plane can be

What does cartesian coordinate plane give,

Is scalar has an angle like vector

Why we remove square roots in the denominator

Doc, can you please explain further the relationship and difference of complex number and

vector?

Can I define imaginary unit as rotation?

What is the practical meaning of argument of complex number?

Doc,what is the reason why we add vectors? is it because these vectors acting on same

collecting surface

Doc, is translation of vector is the reason why the representation of the resulting vector (A+B)

became like this

Vector A+B

------------------------------------ ?

Doc what will be the representation of resulting vector if two vectors are parallel on the same

direction?

Figure 1

-------------- (vector A)

------------------- (vector B)

(rectangular object)

For example I have condition that two vectors(refer to the figure 1 shown above ) they are both

acting on same direction towards to the collecting surface (like in this case the rectangular

object).Assumed there are no other hindrances that will interfere for these vectors not to hit the

rectangular object. Since these two vectors act on same collecting surface I can add them,

right?

Is the resulting vector will be like this ?

Figure 2

(resulting vector)

Vector A

Vector B

.

.

-------------------------------------------------------------------.

= Vector A+B

=

(resulting vector)

Vector A

Vector B

.

.

-------------------------------------------------------------------.

= Vector A+B

=

..

My representation of the resulting vector became like (the two figures above which is shown in

figure 2) is because of the idea that vectors can be translated, meaning either vector A can be

move along the line of action of vector B or vector B can be moved along the line of action of

vector A.

Doc, using the example below,can you please explain what is the reason why rotation is the

effect of multiplying (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees) to [(square root of 2 x square root 5)] ?

I read some article about multiplying complex number and it says that to prove that angles are

added (theta 1 + theta 2) and the modulus are multiplied when multiplying two complex

numbers (r1 x r2), you need to convert one of the two complex number to its polar form before

multiplying to the modulus of the other complex number. This is what I did if I have for example

two complex numbers (2 + i) and (1 + i), I choose (1 +i ) to be converted to its polar form. The

resulting solution will be like this

Rectangular form

(1+i)

polar form

---------

Multiplying the modulus of (2 + i) and polar form of (1 + i) , the solution is divided into two part

the first part is the multiplication of two modulus

(first part)

Square root of 5 x

modulus of

(r1)

square root of 2

x

(r2)

the two complex numbers)

For the second part is just a continuation of solution of multiplying modulus of (2 + i) and polar

form of (1 + i)

Square root of 10 x ((cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees) = square root of 5 + i square root of 5

Using arc tangent to get the argument of resulting complex number ( square root of 5 + i square

root of 5 )

Tan^-1= square root of 5/ square root of 5= 45 degrees

Resulting modulus is equal to square root

Doc can you please explain why any complex number multiplied in this format ( cos theta + i sin

theta),cause rotational effect to the said any complex number?

Doc, if imaginary unit is not exactly mean rotation and not limited only to square root of -1

definition , what is imaginary unit?

Doc Im confused on how you define the complex number, you said from your previous reply on

someone you said complex number are ordered pair of real numbers. Complex numbers are

written in a + bi format,right? where a part is plot on real axis if b=0 and b part is plot on

imaginary axis if a =0,meaning b is an imaginary number and not considered real number

(number 3 question)

Doc if complex number is a combination of real part and imaginary part, then why do you define

complex number as an ordered pair of real numbers? I think it should be a pair of real and

imaginary number.

For example I have a complex number (1+ 2i)

Based from your definition the ordered pair are real numbers which in this case will be

(1,2),right?

Then if someone is going to plot it in complex plane he or she will use the real axis and

imaginary axis not two real axis to plot the point of my given complex number, meaning

coordinate 2 is considered an imaginary number not a real number

Doc, last time I asked you to help me to visually proved in xy plane that the angles are added

and modulus are multiplied when multiplying two complex number, right? And I follow what you

had been advised. Since geogebra is a bit complicated for me, I make some examples of it on

graphing paper. I also searched an article about this. In the article I found ,it says that to prove

that angles are added and modulus are multiplied when multiplying two complex number you

need to convert one of the two complex number to its polar form before multiplying it to the

modulus of the other complex number. Based from the article, this is what I did if I have for

example two complex numbers (2 + i) and (1 + i),

I choose (1 +i ) to be converted to its

polar form. The resulting form will be like this

Rectangular form

(1+i)

-------

polar form

square root of 2 (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees)

modulus of (2 +i ) is equal to square root of 5

Then I multiplied this square root of 5 to square root 2 first but actually (this square root of 5 is

not only multiplied to square root 2 but to the whole polar form of (1 +i) but to emphasize that I

multiplied the two modulus of two complex number I divided my solution two parts (Im referring

to multiplying first, square root of 5 to square root of 2 then multiplied to (cos 45 degrees + i sin

45 degrees) .

(solution of first part)

square root of 5 x square root of 2 = square root of 10

(If youre going to interpret this geometrically, the length of vector (2 +i) has been stretched by a

factor of square root 2,right?.Then the length of the resulting vector of this two complex number

is this square root of 10,right? Based from the rule that they are multiplied)

I multiply (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees) from the obtained product of multiplication of

square root of 5 to square root 2 (which in this case is equal to square root of 10)

(solution of second part)

square root of 10 x (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees) = square root of 5 + i square root of 5

Using this complex number (square root of 5 + i square root of 5),I obtained the following:

Argument = tan^-1(square root of 5/square root of 5) = 45 degrees

Modulus = {square root of [(square root of 5)^2 + (square root of 5)^2]}=square root of 10

(Interpreting this geometrically, you will see that the vector representing complex number (2 +i)

is rotated only by 45 degrees counterclockwise after multiplying to (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45

degrees),

The proof is shown above,the obtained modulus is still the same (square root of 10)

Since I started from complex number 2+i which has an argument of 26.56505118 degrees

measured from positive real axis and from this 26.56505118 degrees the vector representing

2+i on complex plane was rotated by 45 degrees. The resulting argument of two complex

number will be the combination of 26.56505118 degrees and 45 degrees

To summarize the result , the argument of product of two complex number (2+i) and (1 + i) is

71.56505118 degrees and the modulus is square root of 10

To check if the article solution is right .I solved this using two complex number (2+i) and (1 + i)

using foil method.

Here is the solution

(2+i) and (1 + i)

= 2 + 2i + i + i^2

= 1 + 3i

Using this product ( 1 + 3i) we can solve for its modulus and argument. Same result with the

latter will be obtained.

Since the answer in the article solution conforms to the answer obtained using foil method,I can

say that the article proved it that the angles are added and modulus are multiplied when

multiplying two complex number

Doc,I dont get it how (cos 45 degrees + i sin 45 degrees) resulted only to change of rotation

after multiplying it from square root of 10?

Doc,kindly explain what this expression (cos theta degrees + i sin theta degrees) mean ?Where

this expression derived from ?Is this expression has something to do with the unit circle topic?

Why this expression gives only a rotational change after multiplying it from any complex

number?

(Physics)

Doc this is what I mean of translation of 2 dimensional vector (vectors can be move anywhere in

cartesian coordinate plane as long as preserving their magnitude and direction),since forces

are represented by vectors is this property (Im referring to vectors can be translated ) can also

be applied when solving forces in 2 dimensions?

Doc , how will I know if I will add 2 dimensional vectors?Why we add 2 dimensional vectors?

Doc, how will I know if I will add forces in 2 dimensions?Why we add forces in 2 dimensions?

Doc ,how to use mathematical induction? Can you give me an example on how to use it?

Base case

Limits of athematical induction ,where can I apply this

Proposition

Doc, from one of the article you sent, it says that the second part of mathematical induction is we assume

that P(n) is true -- for some *particular* value of n. On this assumption, we prove that a *different*

proposition is

true -- namely, P(n + 1).Doc, *the particular values of n* that was mentioned from the latter are referring to

what specific values?

Doc,can I use any natural numbers aside from 1 as my n-value to my base case in mathematical

induction?

Doc,is mathematical induction can be used only to prove propositions for

*natural numbers*?if no, what are the other types of number wherein mathematical induction are

applicable or what are other applications of mathematical induction? if yes,How can I be sure of that

mathematical induction really works on it? Im interested to know more of the applications of mathematical

induction because I want to maximize its used.

Doc,what is the reason why they called the second part of mathematical induction as the inductive step?

Doc,is there any limitation of using mathematical induction ? if yes,kindly tell me what is it and how does it

happen?

Thanks in advance for any information you are able to provide.

Doc,here are my replies to what you have asked for.

Doc, I found some useful definitions of (inductive) from an online dictionary. Here are the

following definitions:

Definition 1

I am not sure about my ideas below, but those are the ideas running in my head.

If I relate definition 1 to my question (reason why they called the second part of mathematical induction as

the inductive step),since induction reasoning is somewhat making conclusion based on observation on

particular things, which

In case happen when I assumed my conjecture is true for every particular n values I chose,and make my

conclusion after proving that my conjecture is also true for n=k+1.

Then relating the next definition I have found, the inductive step is telling the verifier or the one whose

using mathematical induction if the truth of his or her conjecture will be established.

And for my second question (limitation of using mathematical induction ),sorry Doc I do not have any idea.

Doc,will you please help me to understand these terms polynomials,functions and derivatives,what should

be in my head whenever I heard those terms?

Doc,what should I need to learn/know if Im going to study taylor series ?

Yes, its ok for me. I really want to learn that topic. Actually I read some articles about it but I still dont get

it. I think need someone who will help me to grasp its concept. But Sir,Im not yet knowledgable in

calculus,do you think it will hinder me to learn that topic?

Sir, if your willing to teach me and not disturbing you,because I guess youre a busy person, then Im

willing to try your free mini lesson regarding on this topic.

Let me know Sir,how will you execute this free mini lesson,is it through email?

Thank you Sir for attending my questions.

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