Let x = 2e-(p/4)i, y = 3e(p/6)i. Let a + bi = x2 / y3. Find a and b. I do not have any idea for this question.
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Originally Posted by eunse16 Let x = 2e-(p/4)i, y = 3e(p/6)i. Let a + bi = x2 / y3. Find a and b. I do not have any idea for this question. I have no idea what the given numbers are. Are they ? And is p pi? 01
Sorry. you are right. I made a mistake. P is pi.
If the numbers are indeed then
Using, of course, the laws of exponents: and .
Last edited by Isomorphism; May 20th 2009 at 11:08 AM. Reason: Fixed the Latex
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