## Exercise 28

Let z1 = 2 + 3i and z2 = 1 âˆ’ 4i. Find z1 + z2, z1 âˆ’ z2, z1z
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Discover Local Transportation in Japan
This is a brief review of the types of transportation in use in Japan. Bicycles, the subway, cars, and others are featured. Interesting aspects of the Japanese culture are also explained.

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Plant nutrients are necessary in varying amounts for the growth, reproduction and well-being of growing plants.

Of the major nutrients of plants, nitrogen and phosphorus are important growth-limiting factors in primary production (i.e. they are likely to run out before any other element needed by the plants). Both nitrogen and phosphorus enter watercourses from natural leaching by water of the soluble nitrates and phosphates found in soils and rocks, as well as from sewage effluent and
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The Body of the Points in Essays
The Body of the Points in Essays. Part of the series: How to Write an Essay. Learn how to write the body of the points in an essay in thisÂ one-minute educational video on writing essays.
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2007.10.17 - XMission (Video)
This presentation covers a history of XMission, its services, focus, philosophy, Mac support, internal use of Mac's, wireless hotspots, and iPhone support.
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We hope, for the better, that you'll never look at your debugger the same way again after watching this video! Learn about how the Visual Studio debugger works, as well as numerous super-useful features you may not have known were contained therein =)

This lesson aims to introduce arithmetic sequences and geometric sequences to secondary school students. It uses two wonderful problems to do that and it explains the laws of those two kinds of sequences.

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Math in the Real World
This is a photo slide showÂ presentation designed to engage students to think about Â "How might math have been used to ...". showing several examples: a building, a space shuttle, a cell phone, etc. No narration. Thought provoking. Â Hosted by Slideshare. Â Viewer sets the pace by clicking through the 8 slides.Â
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The reading of the names of Holocaust victims
One of Elon University's annual traditions is The Reading of the Names, when community members spend the entire day standing on the front steps of Moseley and reading the names of some of the millions killed during the Holocaust. Among the names of those killed we find not only Jews, but members of the LGBTQ community, sects of Christians, the Roma/Sinti community, and those with mental or physical disabilities.
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The One True Faith : What Happened to the Catholic Church?
The Catholic Church is the Mystical Body of Christ and His Bride -- yet sometimes it can seem as if She does not live up to such lofty expectations. Join host Michael Voris as he addresses the nature of the Church, Her role, and the damage that has been done to Her from both within and without -- and shows how our expectations and criticisms are often hypocritical and unjustified.
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Spoils of War
Thousands of buildings were looted of their contents during the Civil War. This quilt from a ransacked South Carolina home has only recently been reunited with its history.
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College of Charleston Soccer -- Cougar Soccer Goalkeeper Plays to Win for CofC
College of Charleston's Kees Heemskerk (Zaandam, Holland) admits goalkeepers are crazy, but that doesn't stop him. The sophomore was named to the national all-freshman team by CollegeSoccerNews.com in 2010. He has played every minute in goal for the Cougars and allowed only 20 goals on the season to maintain the sixth best average in College history.
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USC Baccalaureate 2011: Keep the Faith
USC's Baccalaureate 2011 featured Los Angeles Archbishop Jose Gomez as the keynote speaker and USC valedictorian Sarrah Shahawy (also president of the USC Student Interfaith Council) as the student speaker. The service, held May 12, 2011, also included musical performances from the SoCal Vocals, Summer Watson and Jeremy Schoenberg, and remarks from USC dean of religious life Varun Soni and USC president C. L. Max Nikias. The USC Baccalaureate Ceremony, sponsored by the USC Office of Religious l
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Summer Graduation 2011: Thursday July 21, 2pm
Coverage of our 2pm Graduation ceremony.
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Mexican company turns plastic waste into low-cost housing
Oct. 11 - A pioneering company in the western Mexican state of Jalisco is building houses made of recycled waste plastic collected by trucks on their weekly rounds. The company, called Kuadro Ecological Solutions, says it is making the most of waste that would otherwise end up in landfills, while providing inexpensive housing at the same time. Elly Park reports.
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This introductory college physics book is grounded with real-world examples, illustrations, and explanations to help students grasp key, fundamental physics concepts. This online, fully editable [â€¦]

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Perhaps because he is aware he will be stirring up trouble by publishing his views on this topic, Hume warms to his theme by talking in paragraphs 1â€“4 about how he conceives of the relation between philosophy, religious â€˜superstitionâ€™ and ordinary life. The rest of the essay can be read independently of this opening, but these early ruminations are worth pausing over. They reveal subtleties in Hume's sceptical outlook that are drowned out in the more polemical parts of the two essays.
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The Story of India- The Meeting of Two Oceans (pt. 6)
This documentary traces the part of Indian history beginning around 1000
with the presence of Islam on the subcontinent and the Islamic
influence on India.

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Solving Rational Equations - Yay Math
Many examples of manipulating fractions that include variables in order to solve equations. White board in a class setting, some interaction, engaging, several examples of increasing complexity. The discussion is clear and understandable. Preview - full version at http://video.google.com/videoplay?docid=-1558392479512220339&q=source:012956945238798337823&hl=en Produced by Robert Ahdoot, yaymath.org
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In Conversation: His Holiness, the Dalai Lama with Sir Lloyd Geering
His Holiness, the 14th Dalai Lama of Tibet, in conversation with Sir Lloyd Geering, leading New Zealand thinker and commentator on theological issues. His Holiness talks about his childhood, his training and education, Buddhism, secularism, science and religion.
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