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if complex number can be measured like a vector then why complex multiplication is not dot or cross?

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if complex number can be measured like a vector then why complex multiplication is not dot or cross?

Do the calculations in complex notation and see if you have can convert it to the dot product or real valued vectors.

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[real -imag]

[imag real ]

So it's a two by two matrix, so if you input the impedance, and current into these equations and do the DOT-PRODUCT, you'll get the voltage in matrix form.

I don't think you can easily do it with a 2x1 vector though. It gets complicated and very difficult to keep track.

Try the matrix thing yourself. It's kind of need. I think this is a building block on SPICE programs, not sure though about that

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