# Manuals/calci/MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE

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**MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE (Imaginary,Multiplier)**

- is the imaginary value in the complex number.
- is any constant value.

## Description

- This function multiplies the imaginary value in the complex number with any constant value.
- In , is the imaginary value of the complex number.
- is any constant real value.
- A complex number is a combination of a real and an imaginary number.
- A number which is positive or negative, rational or irrational or decimals are called real numbers.
- An Imaginary number is a number that when squaring it gives a negative result.A complex number is a number is in the form z = a + bi, where a and b are real numbers and i is the imaginary unit.Where .
- In a complex number z real part is denoted by and imaginary part is denoted by .
- MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE returns the error value, when real and imaginary are non-numeric.Here the suffix of the imaginary value is "i".
- Consider a complex number 8+5i,so this function will take imaginary value.
- So MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE(5,-13),is shows the result as 5*(-13)=0-65i.

## Examples

- MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE(9,17) = 0+i153
- MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE(-6,8) = 0-ⅈ48
- MAKECOMPLEXISIMPLE(-3,4.2) = 0-ⅈ12.600000000000001

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