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    Use simultaneous equations to find the values of x and y such that
    (x - 3yi) + (2y + xi) = 2 +7i
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joker37 View Post
    Use simultaneous equations to find the values of x and y such that
    (x - 3yi) + (2y + xi) = 2 +7i
    equate the real and imaginary coefficients ...

    x + 2y = 2

    x - 3y = 7

    now solve the system.
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