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    Basically if you rotate one of the minus' by 90 degrees and add it on top of another minus it equals a plus

    - - = +

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    (Original post by shohaib712)
    Basically if you rotate one of the minus' by 90 degrees and add it on top of another minus it equals a plus

    - - = +

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    The 90 comes from space.
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    (Original post by ValerieKR)
    The 90 comes from space.
    wow
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    This thread is painful to read.
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    (Original post by Productivity)
    This thread is painful to read.
    y
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    (Original post by ValerieKR)
    Any complex number can be written in the form re^i(theta), for negative numbers theta = (2n+1)pi (r is the (positive) magnitude of the negative number)
    When you multiply two numbers:
    re^i(2n+1)pi*se^i(2m+1)pi = rse^i(2n+2m +2)pi = rse^i(2k)pi
    e^ik(2pi) = 1
    therefore = rs*1 = rs
    no negative sign any more
    Thanks for clearing that up... lol jk thanks for taking time to explain just a little lost hehe
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    (Original post by Bernie2016)
    Thanks for clearing that up... lol jk thanks for taking time to explain just a little lost hehe
    Easiest proof you'll find http://www.school-for-champions.com/...m#.V8NsBmjRYwg
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    (Original post by p29)
    yh
    Ask the insanely brainy person who came up with this rule because I sure as hell don't understand it.
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    Because God demands it to be so. Don't question it.
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    What are your starting axioms?
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    Because God demands it to be so. Don't question it.
    y :confused:

    http://www.confused.com
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    (Original post by Zacken)
    What are your starting axioms?
    idk i think its (2,1) (5,7)
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    (Original post by HamzahPatel)
    Ask the insanely brainy person who came up with this rule because I sure as hell don't understand it.
    where????
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    How dare you question God! You and the non-believers will burn eternally in the sulphurous pit with Satan the AntiChrist and the False Prophet!
    Unless you pray to this arab dude with white skin and blue eyes - then you'll instead go to utopia.
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    How dare you question God! You and the non-believers will burn eternally in the sulphurous pit with Satan the AntiChrist and the False Prophet!
    Unless you pray to this arab dude with white skin and blue eyes - then you'll instead go to utopia.
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    Do you genuinely not understand why that is?
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    (Original post by RDKGames)
    Do you genuinely not understand why that is?
    i dont understand
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    (Original post by p29)
    yh
    PS: This analogy will be more easily understood if you're familiar with vectors, but that's not necessary.

    If we have two terms multiplied, "a" being the first term and "b" the second term.

    So imagine that when "a" is positive, it is represented by the "Right" direction and when it's negative it's represented by the "Left" direction.

    For term "b", when it's positive it leaves you in the same direction, and if it's negative it takes you to the opposite direction.

    If the two terms are negative, that leaves us with an "a" located at the "left" and a "b" flipping it to the opposite direction which would be "Right" or "Positive".
 
 
 
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