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Let $z = a + i b$ be a complex number.
Then the (complex) conjugate of $z$ is denoted $\overline z$ and is defined as:
- $\overline z := a - i b$
This category has the following 3 subcategories, out of 3 total.
- ► Examples of Complex Conjugates (2 P)
- ► Product of Complex Conjugates (1 C, 5 P)
Pages in category "Complex Conjugates"
The following 27 pages are in this category, out of 27 total.
- Complex Conjugate of Gamma Function
- Complex Conjugation is Automorphism
- Complex Conjugation is Involution
- Complex Conjugation is not Linear Mapping
- Complex Modulus equals Complex Modulus of Conjugate
- Complex Number equals Conjugate iff Wholly Real
- Complex Number equals Negative of Conjugate iff Wholly Imaginary
- Complex Roots of Polynomial with Real Coefficients occur in Conjugate Pairs
- Condition on Conjugate from Real Product of Complex Numbers
- Conjugate of Polynomial is Polynomial of Conjugate
- Conjugate of Real Polynomial is Polynomial in Conjugate