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Nowadays, imaginary numbers are an essential tool. Combinations of real and imaginary numbers like, for example, $ 4+3i $, are known as [[basic_tools:complex_analysis|complex numbers]]. Complex numbers are the standard number system that physicists use. | Nowadays, imaginary numbers are an essential tool. Combinations of real and imaginary numbers like, for example, $ 4+3i $, are known as [[basic_tools:complex_analysis|complex numbers]]. Complex numbers are the standard number system that physicists use. | ||

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