Question 3 asked for two possible quadrant locations of the product of c + di and , where c, d, e, and f are positive real numbers. The product in question 4 was two complex numbers of the form c + di and , where c, d, e, and f are positive real numbers. You answered the quadrant location of this product.

Provide an example of two complex numbers in the form c + di and , where c, d, e, and f are positive real numbers such that their product lies in the other possible quadrant. Support your example by determining its product.

KASI20W May 8, 2020

#1**+1 **

If you take the time to proofread your question then maybe someone will take the time to answer it.

Melody May 8, 2020

#2

#3**+3 **

Melody is a woman, thank you.

If you don't know someone's gender don't just assume that they are a certain gender.

I think you owe her an apology.

hugomimihu
May 9, 2020

#4**0 **

Hugo, he __does not__ owe me an appology.

His response was a perfectly appropriate one. I considered it polite. Thanks for the response Kas120W.

Do you notice I use the pronoun 'he' even though I could be talking about a female.

There are an inadequate number of gender neutral pronouns available for use in the English language.

Besides, in my culture, 'you're right man" **IS ** gender neutral.

Melody
May 9, 2020