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• 01 - Complex Numbers | Exercises

Self-assessment questions. Solve 50% of the available marks to pass this exercise.

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• Maria's copy of Roots of a quartic real polynomial

Given two complex numbers, find by inspection the one that is a root of a given quartic real polynomial and hence find the other roots.

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• Blathnaid's copy of Greatest common divisor and Bézout's algorithm

Given two numbers, find the gcd, then use Bézout's algorithm to find $s$ and $t$ such that $as+bt=\operatorname{gcd}(a,b)$. Finally, find all solutions of an equation $\mod b$.

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• Properties of the transpose

Question involving distributing the transpose operator across a number of matrices that are multiplied.

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• Arithmetics of complex numbers III

Inverse and division of complex numbers.  Four parts.

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• Square and cube numbers 1

Find the squares, and cubes, of some numbers.

Finally, find a square number between two given limits.

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• Clodagh's copy of Properties of the transpose

Question involving distributing the transpose operator across a number of matrices that are multiplied.

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• Roots of a cubic real polynomial

Using a given list of four complex numbers, find by inspection the one that is a root of a given cubic real polynomial and hence find the other roots.

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• Blathnaid's copy of mathcentre: Greatest common divisor and congruences

Given two numbers, find the gcd, then use Bézout's algorithm to find $s$ and $t$ such that $as+bt=\operatorname{gcd}(a,b)$.

Finally, find all solutions of an equation $\mod b$.

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• Blathnaid's copy of Blathnaid's copy of Andrew's copy of mathcentre: Greatest common divisor and congruences

Given two numbers, find the gcd, then use Bézout's algorithm to find $s$ and $t$ such that $as+bt=\operatorname{gcd}(a,b)$.

Finally, find all solutions of an equation $\mod b$.

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