Ruby | Complex * method

Complex#*() is a Complex class method which returns the multiplicative product of two complex values.

Syntax: Complex.*()

Parameter: Complex values



Return: multiplicative product of two complex values.

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# Ruby code for Complex.*() method
  
# declaring Complex value
a = Complex(200)
  
# declaring Complex value
b = Complex(-1, 4)
  
# declaring Complex value
c = Complex('i')
  
  
# Multiplication 
puts "Complex * form : #{a*b}\n\n"
  
puts "Complex * form : #{b*c}\n\n"
  
puts "Complex * form : #{c*a}\n\n"

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Output :

Complex * form : -200+800i

Complex * form : -4-1i

Complex * form : 0+200i

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# Ruby code for Complex.*() method
  
# declaring Complex value
a = Complex(20, 90)
  
# declaring Complex value
b = Complex('i')
  
# declaring Complex value
c = Complex(100, -500)
  
  
# Multiplication 
puts "Complex * form : #{a*b}\n\n"
  
puts "Complex * form : #{b*c}\n\n"
  
puts "Complex * form : #{c*a}\n\n"

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Output :

Complex * form : -90+20i

Complex * form : 500+100i

Complex * form : 47000-1000i


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