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Imaginary Numbers Are Real [Part 6: The Complex Plane]
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Imaginary Numbers Are Real [Part 7: Complex Multiplication]
More information and resources: Imaginary numbers are not some wild invention, they are the deep and natural result of extending ...
NT matters (Wrapping up algebraic numbers)
Short music clip, based on a mini recital on algebraic numbers delivered at the end of a "Number Theory" course (Michaelmas term 2012, Durham University) .
Types of Numbers: Natural, Integers, Rational, Irrational, and Real Numbers
The different types of numbers are explained in this video in an easy to understand way. Download my notes in the video: Related Video: ...
Rational and Irrational Numbers
Animation that defines & compares rational and irrational numbers.
Pre-Algebra 32 - Irrational Numbers
Although the Greeks initially thought all numeric qualities could be represented by the ratio of two integers, i.e. rational numbers, we now know that not all ....
Number sets | Fractions | Pre-Algebra | Khan Academy
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Transcendental Numbers
DeViere "Transcendental Numbers" Transcendental Numbers EP Mathematics Recordings Released: August 2012.
Transcendental number Meaning
Video shows what transcendental number means. any irrational number that is not an algebraic number. Transcendental number Meaning. How to pronounce ...
The Cardinality of Algebraic Numbers
A very simple (and concrete) proof that algebraic numbers are countable. You can download the original presentation from ...
Algebraic numbers, minimal polynomials, and algebraic extensions
This lecture was given on October 31, 2014. It gives definitions, examples, and proves a couple basic results about algebraic (and transcendental) numbers, ...
FIT2.3.1. Algebraic Numbers
Field Theory: We consider the property of algebraic in terms of finite degree, and we define algebraic numbers as those complex numbers that are algebraic ...
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