I've been working through the book(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); The Story of i(sqrt of -1). It's kinda like a story with a lot of Math. The first 2 chapters deal with cubics and geometry for solving cubics functions. I understand the algebra behind it but I'm getting lost with the big picture. I need a supplemental book or papers to help me along. Any recommendations?

Also, what branch of Math would I find these ideas in? It's pretty heavy Algebra mixed with Geometry. Thanks.

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# Beginning Complex Numbers ideas

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