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1-Given two complex numbers z = 3-i and w = -4 + 3i the quotient

w/z

equals -3/2 + 1/2i.

a-true b- false

2-The solutions to the quadratic equation x2 + 2x + 10 = 0 are x = -13i .

a- true

b-false

3-Given z = 5-3i then the modulus of z is | z | = 4.

a-true

b-fales

4-Given z = 10-10i then the principal argument of z is arg z = -?/4.

a-true

b-false

5-Given z = -3?3-3?3i then the principal argument of z is arg z = -3?/4.

a-true

b-false

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