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- November 12th 2008, 01:02 PMdef77Complex numbers help
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- November 12th 2008, 01:55 PMPlato
I am not sure what the question says.

However, the following is true.

That makes finding the real and imaginary parts easy. - November 12th 2008, 01:57 PMdef77
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- November 12th 2008, 02:06 PMPlato
You do know about the conjugate of a complex number don’t you?

- November 12th 2008, 02:12 PMdef77
- November 12th 2008, 02:22 PMPlato
- November 12th 2008, 02:39 PMdef77
great, so if '1/iw' is that, then it can be flipped over to give me 'iw'. what im worrying about is that each of these (x^2 + y^2) are different values, i seem a wee bit out of my depth and i'll ask my professors tommorow see what they think, but i'll troop on for a while, see if i can make some progress on this. thanks for all the help so far, i'm starting to see the problem in context

- November 12th 2008, 03:13 PMPlato
- November 14th 2008, 06:41 AMgeo3
I thought I understood complex numbers and had a go at this qu but I cannot get a correct answer for the conjugate/ modulus of z3. Does the conjugate of 1/iw = -1/w and the modulus = 1/w ??? I have confused myself and now want to know how to do it!