## Trigonometry (11th Edition) Clone

$$-i\sqrt2-2-(6-4i\sqrt2)-(5-i\sqrt2)=-13+4i\sqrt2$$
$$A=-i\sqrt2-2-(6-4i\sqrt2)-(5-i\sqrt2)$$ $$A=-i\sqrt2-2-6+4i\sqrt2-5+i\sqrt2$$ Now, adding or subtracting complex number means we add and subtract the real parts and the imaginary parts separately. In other words, the real parts are put into a parenthesis, while the imagine parts are put into another parenthesis to do the math separately. $$A=(-2-6-5)+(-i\sqrt2+4i\sqrt2+i\sqrt2)$$ $$A=-13+(-\sqrt2+4\sqrt2+\sqrt2)i$$ $$A=-13+(4\sqrt2)i$$ $$A=-13+4i\sqrt2$$