# 1.3 Complex Conjugation

For any complex number z = a+ib, the complex conjugate of the number is defined as z^*=a-ib. In this section, you learn about complex conjugation, complex conjugate, and complex working.

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For any complex number z = a+ib, the complex conjugate of the number is defined as z^*=a-ib. In this section, you learn about complex conjugation, complex conjugate, and complex working.

Multiply complex numbers.