# matlab complex numbers

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In MATLAB, complex numbers can be represented using the imaginary unit, denoted by `i`

or `j`

. You can create a complex number by specifying both the real and imaginary parts. For example, `z = 3 + 4i`

creates a complex number with a real part of 3 and an imaginary part of 4.

You can perform arithmetic operations with complex numbers in MATLAB. Addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of complex numbers follow the same rules as for real numbers. MATLAB provides built-in functions to perform complex arithmetic operations such as `abs`

, `real`

, `imag`

, `conj`

, and `angle`

.

To access the real and imaginary parts of a complex number, you can use the `real`

and `imag`

functions. For example, `real(z)`

returns the real part of `z`

, and `imag(z)`

returns the imaginary part of `z`

.

The `abs`

function returns the magnitude (or modulus) of a complex number, and the `angle`

function returns the phase angle (or argument) of a complex number. The `conj`

function returns the complex conjugate of a complex number.

You can also use MATLAB's complex number capabilities to solve equations involving complex numbers, compute complex roots of polynomials, and perform other complex number-related calculations.

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