Let x = 2e-(p/4)i, y = 3e(p/6)i. Let a + bi = x2 / y3. Find a and b. I cannot understand.. so anyone can show me a full solution?
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Answered here.
so a= -4/27 b= 0 ?
Originally Posted by qkfxjs so a= -4/27, b= 0 ? Yes, if we have read the question correctly. The notation used in both posts is almost impossible to understand. Frankly, I simply guessed as to what was meant. That guess may not be correct. Why not learn some standard ways of putting mathematics onto a webpage?
Originally Posted by Plato Answered here. Thread closed.
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