Students will be able to
- understand that when equating, adding, or subtracting complex numbers, the real and imaginary parts can be considered separately,
- interpret and solve problems involving the equality of two complex numbers,
- interpret and solve problems involving the addition and/or subtraction of two or more complex numbers.
Students should already be familiar with
- the square root of ,
- the notation for the real and imaginary parts of a complex number.
Students will not cover
- multiplication, division, and exponentiation of complex numbers,
- representing complex numbers on an Argand diagram.