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− | <div style="font-size:30px">'''IMSUBTWO( | + | <div style="font-size:30px">'''IMSUBTWO(ComplexNumber1,ComplexNumber2)'''</div><br/> |

− | * <math> | + | * <math>ComplexNumber1 ,ComplexNumber2 </math> are two complex numbers of the form <math>z=a+ib</math> |

==Description== | ==Description== | ||

*This function calculates the difference between two complex numbers. | *This function calculates the difference between two complex numbers. | ||

− | <math> | + | <math>ComplexNumber1 ,ComplexNumber2 </math> are compulsory arguments. |

*Complex number is indicated as <math>z=a+ib</math>, where <math> a </math> & <math> b </math> are the real numbers, and <math>i</math> is the imaginary unit. <math>i=\sqrt{-1}</math>. | *Complex number is indicated as <math>z=a+ib</math>, where <math> a </math> & <math> b </math> are the real numbers, and <math>i</math> is the imaginary unit. <math>i=\sqrt{-1}</math>. | ||

*Let <math>z1=a+ib</math> and <math>z2=c+id</math>. | *Let <math>z1=a+ib</math> and <math>z2=c+id</math>. | ||

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==ZOS== | ==ZOS== | ||

− | *The syntax is to calculate the difference of the complex numbers in ZOS is <math>IMSUBTWO( | + | *The syntax is to calculate the difference of the complex numbers in ZOS is <math>IMSUBTWO(ComplexNumber1,ComplexNumber2)</math>. |

− | ** <math> | + | ** <math>ComplexNumber1 ,ComplexNumber2 </math> are two complex numbers of the form <math>z=a+ib</math> |

*For e.g.,IMSUBTWO("4+5i","9-3i") | *For e.g.,IMSUBTWO("4+5i","9-3i") | ||

## Latest revision as of 17:22, 27 June 2018

**IMSUBTWO(ComplexNumber1,ComplexNumber2)**

- are two complex numbers of the form

## Description

- This function calculates the difference between two complex numbers.

are compulsory arguments.

- Complex number is indicated as , where & are the real numbers, and is the imaginary unit. .
- Let and .
- The difference of two complex number is: where and are real numbers.
- We can use COMPLEX function to convert real and imaginary number in to a complex number.

## ZOS

- The syntax is to calculate the difference of the complex numbers in ZOS is .
- are two complex numbers of the form

- For e.g.,IMSUBTWO("4+5i","9-3i")

## Examples

- IMSUBTWO("6+4i","5+3i")=1+1i
- IMSUBTWO("-3-4i","6-7i")=-9+3i
- IMSUBTWO("-8","9+10j","2-7j")=-17-10j
- IMSUBTWO("5+7i","3")=2+7i

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