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Thought-Process to Discover Knowledge

Welcome to nubtrek.

Books and other education websites provide "matter-of-fact" knowledge. Instead, nubtrek provides a thought-process to discover knowledge.

In each of the topic, the outline of the thought-process, for that topic, is provided for learners and educators.

Read in the blogs more about the unique learning experience at nubtrek.continue
11th-12th Foundation

Complex Numbers

Welcome to the novel approach to understanding complex numbers: it completely changes the way complex numbers are thought-about and learned.

 •  Irrational numbers are numerical expressions, eg: `2+root(5)(3)`

 »  Complex numbers are numerical expressions too.

 •  Irrational numbers do not have a standard form. They are expressed as numerical expressions, with some having many terms. eg: `2+ root(2)(2)-3xx root(3)(5)`

 »  Similar to irrational numbers, the direct extension is to express complex numbers as numerical expressions. eg: `x^3=1` has `3` solutions, `(root(3)(1))_(1st)`, `(root(3)(1))_(2nd)`, `(root(3)(1))_(3rd)`

 »  But, Any complex number is given in a standard form `a+ib`, because of Euler Formula `re^(i theta)``= r(cos theta + i sin theta)`

How so? Go through the first few lessons to get the astoundingly new perspective of complex numbers.
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Introduction to Complex Numbers

This lesson provides the astoundingly new perspective of complex numbers.

Irrational numbers were introduced as solution to algebraic equations similar to `x^2=2`. Similarly, complex numbers are introduced as solutions to algebraic equations similar to `(x-a)^2=-b`.

At the end of this topic, the generic form of complex numbers is proven to be `a+ib`.

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Complex Plane and Polar Form

Complex number `a+i b` is equivalently an ordered pair `(a,b)` which can be abstracted to represent a 2D plane. This is named after the mathematician JR Argand as Argand Plane or complex plane with real and imaginary axes.

Complex numbers, having abstracted to a complex plane, are represented in polar form.

Learn these in a simple-thought-process.

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Algebra of Complex Numbers

Algebra of complex numbers details out the operations addition, subtraction, multiplication , division, conjugate, and exponent.

The algebra of complex numbers is quite easy to understand in abstraction. This topic goes beyond and explains the application context.

Learn these in a simple-thought-process.

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