Other opinion needed
Hello Forum I worked this problem out and I just wanted to know is this seems right..
Rationalize the denominator with the complex conjugate to remove the imaginary term from the denominator.
Multiply out the complex conjugate factors in the denominator to remove the imaginary terms.
Simplify the expression.
Factor out the GCF of 29 from each term in the polynomial.
Factor out the GCF of 29 from 58-203i.
Reduce the expression (29(2-7i))/(29) by removing a factor of 29 from the numerator and denominator.
Remove the parentheses around the expression 2-7i.
Originally Posted by AlgebraicallyChallenged