I need to eliminate the imaginary numbers from the denominator of the following equation and I have no idea where to start.

3/(s+2-2i)

Please help!

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- Aug 31st 2006, 05:32 AMafn2Eliminating Imaginary Numbers from a Denominator
I need to eliminate the imaginary numbers from the denominator of the following equation and I have no idea where to start.

3/(s+2-2i)

Please help! - Aug 31st 2006, 06:35 AMThePerfectHackerQuote:

Originally Posted by**afn2**

*conjuage*

Thus,

Thus,

- Aug 31st 2006, 06:41 AMtopsquarkQuote:

Originally Posted by**afn2**

and

In each case the denominator takes the form and you need to multiply the denominator by to remove the square root.

-Dan - Aug 31st 2006, 07:48 AMafn2
THANKS a MILLION for the help guys. I had been reading help hints on the internet all day, but wasn't really getting what they were trying to say, so this really helped!