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To emphasize this, recall that forces, positions, momenta, potentials, electric and magnetic fields are all real quantities, and the equations describing them, 1 = 1 .z = z, known as identity element for multiplication. Complex Numbers and Euler’s Formula University of British Columbia, Vancouver Yue-Xian Li March 2017 1. %���� /Interpolate true Using complex numbers and the roots formulas to prove trig. + x44! /CA 1 and hyperbolic 4. endobj /Subtype /Form /ExtGState endobj In this expression, a is the real part and b is the imaginary part of the complex number. 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