Question

# What is the sum of the complex numbers 2 +3i and 4 +8i , where ?

A) 17

B) 17i

C) 6 +11i

D) 8 +24i

Hint:

**Hint:**

- A complex number is a number that can be written in the form of a + i b , where a ,b are real numbers.
- For Adding two complex numbers, we add the real part together and the imaginary part together.

## The correct answer is: The sum of the complex numbers 2+3i and 4+8i is 6+11i is .

Explanation:

- We have given two complex numbers, .
- We have to find the summation of the two given complex numbers.
- We will add real parts together and imaginary parts together.

Step 1 of 1:

We have given two complex numbers

Now, for adding these two complex numbers, we will add the real part together and the imaginary part together.

So,

After rearranging, we get

Final answer:

The sum of the complex numbers

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