Let (z) be the complex conjugate of z.

Here's the problem:

Let c e C be non-zero(c is a non-zero element of the complex numbers)

Show (z)^-1 = (z^-1)

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- April 30th 2009, 09:16 PMjzelltComplex Conjugate
Let (z) be the complex conjugate of z.

Here's the problem:

Let c e C be non-zero(c is a non-zero element of the complex numbers)

Show (z)^-1 = (z^-1) - April 30th 2009, 10:41 PMred_dog

- April 30th 2009, 11:42 PMProve It
Alternatively, using DeMoivre's Theorem...

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Or using Cartesians:

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