complex number definition

  • noun:
    • Any number of the form a + bi, where a and b tend to be real figures and i is an imaginary number whoever square equals -1.
    • A number of the kind a + bi, in which a and b tend to be real numbers and I also denotes the imaginary unit
    • (mathematics) a number of the form a+bi in which a and b tend to be genuine numbers and I also could be the square root of -1
    • many of the kind a + bi, in which a and b are real figures and i is an imaginary quantity whose square equals -1.
    • A number of the kind a + bi, in which a and b are real figures and i denotes the imaginary product
    • (math) several of the type a+bi in which a and b are real figures and i is the square-root of -1
  • adjective:
    • in the theory of numbers, an expression of the form a + b√-1, when a and b are ordinary integers.
    • into the concept of figures, an expression of type a + b√-1, when a and b tend to be ordinary integers.

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