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    Question General question

    Hello every body
    Please let me know is the additive identity (0,0) means neutral member of sum operation in complex number ? And if yes why we should write identity additive because of identity mean ??
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    Re: General question

    And please say , what z^-1 called ? I know this is multiplicative inverse but is there any fastest way to called it ? For example for x^2 we should say x to the power of two but fastest way to say is x square !
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    Re: General question

    Quote Originally Posted by mohammad2232 View Post
    And please say , what z^-1 called ?
    For example for x^2 we should say x to the power of two but fastest way to say is x square !
    z^-1 : z to the power minus 1 OR 1 divided by z

    x^2 : x squared
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