s=R/w^4L^2C^2+j(2/wc-1/w^3LC^2)

if the imaginary term equates to 0, show that the equation can be written as R=S/4

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- Jul 30th 2008, 08:46 AMjonlynn3936Desperately need help with random complex number problem
s=R/w^4L^2C^2+j(2/wc-1/w^3LC^2)

if the imaginary term equates to 0, show that the equation can be written as R=S/4 - Jul 30th 2008, 09:06 AMflyingsquirrel
- Jul 30th 2008, 09:33 AMjonlynn3936
Thanks, but am still a bit confused. Do you treat the sum =0 as you would a normal fraction or do something else to it? Having a brain blip!!!

- Jul 30th 2008, 09:40 AMflyingsquirrel
- Jul 31st 2008, 04:26 AMjonlynn3936thanks
Cheers for your help, was REALLY obvious and couldn't see the solution for looking at it. TOP MAN!!!