I've been working with the equation below for too long that I'm forgetting the simplest operation. So...
Can the equation above by split into: ?
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Originally Posted by Air Can the equation above by split into: ? NO!
It is that same as:
Can I have hints on how to find the modulus?
I've been told that is a real number.
Can we write this as
where A,B,C are real numbers?
Originally Posted by Plato Can we write this as
where A,B,C are real numbers? Multiplying the numerator and the denominator by the conjugate of the denominator can get real and imaginary components. Then we can: where R is real number and I is the imaginary number co-efficient.
Would this work?
This is true.
Originally Posted by Plato This is true. And so...
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