Name the classes that are introduced in the System.Numerics namespace
There are two new classes that are introduced in the System.Numerics namespace. They are the following: BigInteger and Complex.
1. BigInteger – The BigInteger structure is an non-primitive integral type. It is primarily is used to hold a value of any size, and can support arbitrarily large integers. It has no lower and upper limit, which makes it possible to perform arithmetic calculations with very large numbers, including numbers which cannot hold by double or long.
2. Complex – The Complex structure represents a complex number. It allows for different arithmetic operations with complex numbers. A complex number is represented in the form a + bi, where a is the real part, and b is the imaginary part.
The System.Numerics namespace also contains the SIMD-enabled vector types, such as Vector4, Matrix3x2, Plane, and Quaternion.