What would say about module of complex numbers 1 + `sqrt3` *i and 1 - `sqrt3` *i?
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You need to evaluate the absolute values of both complex numbers, using the following formula, such that:
`|z| = sqrt(x^2 + y^2)`
x represents the real part
y represents the imaginary part
Identifying the real and imaginary parts of the first complex number `z = 1 + sqrt3*i` , yields:
`x = 1, y = sqrt3 =>|z| = sqrt(1^2 + (sqrt3)^2) =>|z| = sqrt4 =>|z| = 2`
Identifying the real and imaginary parts of the next complex number `z = 1 - sqrt3*` i, yields:
`x = 1, y = -sqrt3 => |z| = sqrt(1^2 + (-sqrt3)^2) =>|z| = sqrt4 =>|z| = 2`
Hence, evaluating the absolute values of both given complex numbers yields that they have equal values, `|z| = 2` .
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