I have seen other threads on this topic, but did not really understand them. They just seemed to sprawl off into nomenclature that I didn't follow, so I probably shouldn't actually be doing this, but hey.
My question is, what is 1/(0.8-j1.6)?
As far as I understood, it may be the same as z/z^2, although that may be only part way to representing it differently.
How about an example, where I use i instead of j. We have the property that .
Now the "complex conjugate" of is , so we multiply the numerator and denominator by this to get
And using what we know about i, this equals
Did you mean ??
You have incorrect notation:
Originally Posted by AngusBurger
Sorry, that is what I meant.
It's not as outrageous as I thought it would be, then. It's just Cartesian division (which is what I used to get the equation in the first place). Thank you for the clarification.