# The Imaginary Unit Notes Key

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1. We will explore the concept of having non-real roots and how to represent those roots in simplest a+bi form.
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2. In Unit 3 we will focus on polynomial functions exclusively. We will learn to interpret end behavior, number of critical values and y-intercept from the equation of the polynomial and then how to unpack these components to find specific roots, whether the equations factor or not.We will also be int
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We will explore the concept of having non-real roots and how to represent those roots in simplest a+bi form.

Use the relation πͺΒ² = β1 and the commutative, associative, and distributive properties to add, subtract, and multiply complex numbers.
Know there is a complex number πͺ such that πͺΒ² = β1, and every complex number has the form π’ + π£πͺ with π’ and π£ real.
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