If a =2 +i then in the form of a+bi what does a^-1 equal
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Originally Posted by Rimas If a =2 +i then in the form of a+bi what does a^-1 equal It means the multiplicative inverse,
What?
Originally Posted by Rimas What? I multiplied by the "conjugate" to clear the denominator from imaginary numbers. Note, I multiplied both the numerator and denominator. The meaning of is definied as the inverse, meaning,
This is one of my favorite questions. The multiplicative inverse of a complex number z is: Of course
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