Ch 10: CEOE Advanced Math: Complex Numbers

About This Chapter

In this chapter you will review the concept of imaginary numbers, how to graph and complete mathematical operations with complex numbers and the polar form of complex numbers. Our study aids can help you prepare for these types of questions on the CEOE Advanced Math exam.

CEOE Advanced Math: Complex Numbers - Chapter Summary

These lessons have been composed to help you review the concept of imaginary and complex numbers and the processes used to complete graphs and operations with them. They are taught by our professional instructors and are mobile device-compatible so you may have a effective and portable way to study:

  • The concept of imaginary numbers
  • How to add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers
  • Process of graphing complex numbers
  • Polar forms of complex numbers

To improve your retention of the material presented in these lessons, read the lesson transcripts. These are written overviews of the lessons that will help you review the material and study the key vocabulary of the chapter. After these lessons, take the lesson quizzes to discover the topics you don't understand. Use the video tags to return to and review the parts of the lessons that explain those topics.

CEOE Advanced Math: Complex Numbers Objectives

Oklahoma uses the Certification Examinations for Oklahoma Educators (CEOE) Advanced Mathematics exam to assess the knowledge of math teacher candidates. This computer-based certification exam is composed of 80 multiple-choice questions and one constructed-response item, which on test day you will be asked to complete in a four-hour testing session. Of the material covered in this exam, 18% is about mathematical processes and number senses and may include some questions about complex numbers.

Chapter Practice Exam
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Practice Final Exam
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