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Date: March 18, 2020
Overview: 5.3 Rationalize and 5.4 Complex Numbers
Estimated Time: 45 min
Explanation: Today you will be reviewing how to rationalize when there is a radical in the denominator and do operations with complex numbers.
Three quick things to know:
- If there is one term (with a radical) in the denominator you can simply multiply by the radical on the denominator
- If there 2 terms (one or both with radicals) you must multiply by the conjugate.
- If you solve by taking the square root, don't forget to add a +/-
- Review any important information you need in learning information/watch videos (approx. 15 min)
- Do practice (approx. 30 min)
** The answer key to the practice is below so that you can check your work and know if you have any clarifying questions to ask!
Links/Activities: See One Note under the Distance Learning Section
Method of Communication:
- Email Ms. Coleman with any questions or concerns.
- Feel free to write questions in your one note and when I check your practice I can respond there as well.