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Mathematics Teaching Self-evaluation Tools

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Send to printer Here you can see a summary of the areas in which you are confident and those in which you are less confident; there are some ideas and suggestions which may help you in your professional learning.

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Complex Numbers

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  1. you understand the language of complex numbers?(show/hide all)
  2. you understand how to solve any quadratic equation?(show/hide all)
  3. you can add, subtract, multiply and divide complex numbers?(show/hide all)
  4. you can recognise that a complex number is zero if both real and imaginary parts are zero?(show/hide all)
  5. you can recognise that solutions to polynomial equations occur in conjugate pairs?(show/hide all)
  6. you can solve equations with real coefficients, of cubic or higher?(show/hide all)
  7. you can represent a complex number on an Argand diagram?(show/hide all)
  8. you can represent a complex number in modulus-argument form?(show/hide all)

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