← Real and Imaginary Numbers - College Algebra

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1. Since real numbers and imaginary numbers are both subsets of the complex numbers
2. then we need to be able to write all the numbers that are in both of those
3. subsets in the form a plus b i. Something special happens though for these
4. numbers a and b for the real numbers and something special for the imaginary
5. numbers. For all the real numbers what needs to be set equal to zero in this
6. form, and for all imaginary numbers what needs to be set equal to zero?