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Complex conjugation

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  1. In mathematics, the complex conjugate of a complex number is given by changing the sign of the imaginary part

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  2. the operation which multiplies the imaginary part of a complex number by −1

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  3. Thus, the conjugate of the complex number (where a and b are real numbers) is The complex conjugate is also very commonly denoted by z*

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  4. Here \bar z is chosen to avoid confusion with the notation for the conjugate transpose of a matrix (which can be thought of as a generalization of complex conjugation)

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  5. Notice that if a complex number is treated as a 2\times 2 matrix, the notations are identical

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