# LEARN CIRCULAR PRIMES | COMPLEX NUMBERS

# CIRCULAR PRIMES

An online circular prime number definition

A circular prime number is one that remains a prime number after repeatedly relocating the first digit of the number to the end of the number.

Example, 197, 971 and 719 are all prime numbers. Similarly, 1193, 1931, 9311 and 3119 are all prime numbers. Other numbers that satisfy the definition are 11, 13, 37, 79, 113, 199 and 337.

## COMPLEX NUMBERS

Complex numbers are formed by the addition of a real number and an imaginary number, the general form of which is a+bi

where i = √-1 = Imaginary number and a and b are real numbers. The "a" is said to be the real part of the complex number and b the imaginary part.

# Related Number Types

- Integer
- Whole Number
- Digit
- Natural Number
- Odd Number
- Even Number
- Rational Number
- Irrational Number
- Transcendental Number
- Real Number
- Nominal Number
- Ordinal Number
- Arrangement Number
- Abundant Number
- Algebraic Number
- Automorphic Number
- Apocalypsec Number
- Amicable Number
- Aliquot Number
- Almost Perfect Number
- Alphametic Number
- Binary Number
- Catalan Number
- Circular Primes Number
- Complex Number
- Cyclic Number
- Cubic Number
- Congruent Number
- Cardinal Number
- Choice Number
- Composite Number
- Counting Number
- Fibonacci Number
- Fraction