Complex number is one of the most important chapter for IIT - JEE. It is assumed to be one of the toughest chapter of syllabus, though it is not. We have discussed this chapter in as simple as we can . The tricks that are used here are uery simple & very useful , espedially the trignometric concepts & theory of equation dicussed here with co-ordinate geometry is quite useful. After going through a very new concept you will find it very interesting & challenging. We have tried our best possible way to make this chapter look easier & interesting . So get csharged up to get into a new world of complwx Numbers.
is called i (unit of imaginavies, pronounced as iota).
A symbol of form a + ib were a, b E R is called a complex number. A complex number is not a number but it is representation of a point in an argand plance , denoted by ordered pair Z = (a, b) wher a is real part (Re (z)) & b is imaginary part (Img (z)).
Argand planc or gausian planc is a two dimcnsional cartesian coordinate system in which x- axis is real axis and y axis imatinary axis . Imaginary axis.
Is the imaginary part of 6 + 8i , 8i?
:- NO , the Imaginary part is 8 only.
:- Speed of a car running on a highway can be (a) 64i (b) 69 + 12i (c) 80 (a) any of above in Km/hr.
:- 80 Km/hr because , complet number is a hypotuetical concept. Imaginary part to not exist real life.
Vector detinition of comples number
A complex number z can be represented by position vector
and direction of vector which is usentialy the in clination of vector with positire x - axis is replaced by amplitude of z.
One finds a one - to -one comes pondance between set of position vector and set ofd complex numbers.
:- Can we use results of vector like distance between two positional vectors
with complex numbers also.
Ans:- Yes , it has been already stated that there is one to one comespondance between set of positional vector and set of complex number. So, all result used in vector are very much applicable to complex number also. For example, the distance between two comples number z1 and z2 is |z1 - z2| which is similar to distance between two positional vectors
ALGE BARIC OPERATIOINS WITH OMPLEX NUMBERS.
1. ADDITION:- (a + ib) + (c + id) = (a + c) - i(b + sd)
Why! Real part is added to real part and. imaginary part is added to imaginary part only.
2. Substraction : (a + ib) - (c + id) = (a - c) + i(b - d)
3. Multiplicatioin :(a + ib)(C + id) = (ac - bd) + i(ad + bc)
4. Division :
provided at least one of c& d is non- zero
(multiplying and dividing by c - id)
Illustration - 1.
& plot it on .
Adding (1) & (2)
Multiplying (3) with
MIDULUS AND ARGUMENT OF A COMPLEX NUMBER
If z = a + ib , then modulus of z = |z|=+
= r amplitude of z = amp (z) = arg (z) =
arg (0,0)is not defined. Also argument of complex no is not unique, if is the value so also is where n I. z = a + ib = r cos + ir sin = r(cos + i sin) But r(cos + i sin) = r ei is called Euler's formula & z = r(cos + i sin) is called polar from.
PRINCIPAL VALUE OF ARGUMENT OF COMPLEX NUMBER
of argument which satisfies the incquality
is called principal value of argument.
Let us do the quadrant wise study.
(1) First question : if z = a + ib & a > 0, b > 0
then the principal value is arg z == tan
is an acute angle & positive too.