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Imagine THIS!

Unit 11: Imagine This! Imaginary and Complex Numbers
Lesson 1 of 8

Objective: SWBAT identify that there is an imaginary number "i" and use it to simplify problems.

Big Idea: Introduce imaginary numbers to extend the student’s knowledge of the number system.

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Math, Algebra, complex numbers, Algebra II, master teacher project, Imaginary Numbers
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