Standard form of a complex number, Mathematics

Standard form of a complex number

So, let's start out with some of the basic definitions & terminology for complex numbers. The standard form of a complex number is

                                                    a + bi

Where a & b are real numbers and they can be anything, positive, negative, integers, zero decimals, fractions, it doesn't matter. While in the standard form a is real part of the complex number and b is imaginary part of the complex number.

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