i cant figure out how to find Y, could someone please explain how to,or just point me in the right direction. I would be very grateful for any help on this??Thanks!!
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could you please explain how you came to the answer?
We must rationalize those denominators. n . . . . n . . . .
I assumed j2, j5, j6 mean j^2, j^5, j^6
Thank for your help soroban.
maxjasper no j2 is a complex number.
Originally Posted by rich1979 maxjasper no j2 is a complex number. Ok, that means j2=a+b*i where i=sqrt(-1). We can write j5, j6 in similar manner and then simplify y:
Then we will have:
Last edited by MaxJasper; Aug 16th 2012 at 03:52 PM.
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