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  1. #1 an article about komplex numbers 
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    hello
    i have writen an article about komplex numbers, but it is not in english, when i translate i will post here, if the god will give such a fate.
    http://qdb.narod.ru/yazmatxt/matemat...iAcos/tfkp.htm
    http://qdb.110mb.com/yazmatxt/matema...iAcos/tfkp.htm


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    Yeah, I don't think many of us who frequent the mathematics forums can read Russian (assuming that's what it is), and the web's assortment of translating sites seem unable to crack the code you've written. So... could you give us an idea (in English) what your article is about?


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    salam!
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    How it is possible to find a non-complex number by application(assigning) basic mathematical operation to two complex numbers
    I'm dying to see how this is done. Translate the rest!
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    An easy example is (a + bi)*(a - bi) = a^2 + b^2
    A famous example is e^(pi*i) = -1
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    I don't think that's what he means. (The reals sit inside the complex numbers, anyway, so I wouldn't consider those as examples of what he's trying to do.) At first, I thought perhaps he was going to show they weren't algebraically closed. I was going to come back with complex analysis to trump that idea. Now I think it might be something even more rudimentary: division by 0.
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    Oh. Ok. I can't quite read the partially translated text yet.
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