The information that you need on dividing imaginary numbers

Dividing imaginary numbers is not as hard as it might seem at first. Operations are basically carried out upon them in the form of complex numbers. For this purpose, you would initially need to simplify imaginary numbers and write them in the form of a fraction. For example:
simplify imaginary numbers

Now, attain the conjugate of the number and multiply the denominator by it. For instance:
multiply the denominator

Perform all of the computations so that it is simplified to the point that a single number is acquired. Now, you would also have to multiply the numerator with the denominator’s conjugate forming:
multiply the numerator

When you simplify this, you are going to get the answer to your problem! Easy, right?

How to go about multiplying imaginary numbers

Multiplying imaginary numbers is done in such a manner that the imaginary parts are considered as being just another term. For example, if the problem is 3i X 4i then the solution is 12i2. Now, when we replace i2 with its original value -1, the answer would be -12.

What you need to know about graphing imaginary numbers

Graphing imaginary numbers can be done rather easily. Basically you need to graph the real number over the x-axis, whereas the imaginary numbers are graphed over the y-axis. For example:
Graphing imaginary numbers

How to simplify imaginary numbers

In order to simplify imaginary numbers, you basically need to calculate their remainders first, then rewrite them using the remainder, after which you would get the answer by their simplification.

What are imaginary numbers i?

Imaginary numbers i
are basically numbers that upon being squared result in negative. For example, the standard form of an imaginary number is:
Imaginary numbers i

Information on the absolute value of imaginary numbers
Consider the graph of an imaginary number. Its real part is going to be denoted on the x-axis, whereas the y-axis would represent its imaginary part. So, if you are forming a graph for 3+4i, the points would be (3,4). Now, the distance in between the point and the origin is what the absolute value of imaginary numbers is going to be.

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