Dear link0099,
The first one is incorrect.
Hope you will be able to continue.
The second one is a quadratic equation of z.
Can you continue from here??
I have a couple of questions that i cant figure out to save myself =/
1.these are expressing in the form a+ib
i got z= -1/14 + i/14
2.
didnt know how to do this.
3. (where zcon is the conjugate of z)
okay and theres:
" is the root of the equation
find the other root and the value of k."
now i assume you use the but im not sure.
im sorry theres so many but i need the help.
also if this isnt the correct forum also sorry as there was a similar problem listed here too
Correct.
ok thanks i understand the first one
is the second
+/- ?
Incorrect.
3. (where zcon is the conjugate of z)
Use and simplify. You would end up with two equations with x and y; hence you would be able to solve them simultaneously.
okay and theres: " is the root of the equation find the other root and the value of k."
You could use the sum and product of roots of a quadratic equation. That is if are the roots of the quadratic, ; then,