Greek mathematician Heron of Alexandria is credited with having first conceived of imaginary numbers about the time of Christ, but it was Rafael Bombelli who first described the rules for the use of complex numbers in th...

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According to the university of Toronto, there are a variety of uses for imaginary numbers in the real world, most notably in the fields of electrical engineering and measuring natural phenomena. An electromagnetic field,...

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Imaginary numbers are typically simplified in the same way that expressions with the variable x are simplified, with the exception of the expression i^2, which has a value equal to -1. For example, the expression 2i + 8i...

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The numbers in use in the United States and everywhere around the world are part of the decimal system of numbers. It is a base 10 system, and the units are all powers of 10.

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Brahmagupta, a Hindu mathematician and astronomer, first used a dot underneath other numbers to represent the number zero in 628 A.D. He was the first to develop additive and subtractive operations that use zero.

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The number pi is a mathematical constant, represented by the Greek letter π. Pi represents the ratio of a circle's circumference to its diameter. An interesting fact about pi would be that it is an irrational number, una...

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One fact about math is that the word "mathematics" comes from the Greek word "mathema" which means study, learning and science. Another fact is that if one adds ups the individual digits from the result of any number mul...

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