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    Argand diagram

    Hi guys,

    Can you shed some light on my problem please. I have a quadratic equation where a =3, b= -2 and c = 5. I need to express in the form of a +jb. My solutions are \frac{x_{1} = 1+j \sqrt 14}{3} and \frac{x_{2} = 1-j \sqrt 14}{3} and I need to represent my solutions on an Argand diagram.

    Any help would be great thanks,

    Kris
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    Re: Argand diagram

    I've solved it now
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