Basic operations for complex numbers, Mathematics

Now we have to discuss the basic operations for complex numbers. We'll begin with addition & subtraction. The simplest way to think of adding and/or subtracting complex numbers is to think about each complex number as a polynomial and do the addition & subtraction in the similar way that we do in polynomials.

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