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Inconceivable! The Origins of Imaginary Numbers

Unit 2: The Complex Number System
Lesson 3 of 16

Objective: SWBAT to explain the reasoning that lead to the invention of the imaginary and complex numbers. SWBAT represent complex numbers in the complex number plane.

Big Idea: Imaginary numbers aren't any more imaginary than negative numbers!

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Math, Algebra, Algebra 2, master, complex numbers, Imaginary Numbers
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