My attempt: I have no idea where to go from there.
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Originally Posted by Viral My attempt: I have no idea where to go from there. Let So: Can you solve from here?
I didn't understand how you worked the following out:
Originally Posted by Viral I didn't understand how you worked the following out:
Ehh, this is confusing. I've understood everything so far. So from that I'm guessing But I just don't see how I change that into .
Originally Posted by Viral Ehh, this is confusing. I've understood everything so far. So from that I'm guessing But I just don't see how I change that into . You are left with 2 equations that you need to solve for x,y: Find the possible values for x,y then substitute them into and get your values of z. Spoiler: substitute into the second equation to get: From the first equation we know Finally, this leaves us with:
Last edited by Defunkt; October 10th 2009 at 09:31 AM. Reason: fixed typos
How did you get ?
Originally Posted by Viral You both are making this far too complicated. Solve it like an elementary algebra problem: divide and then subtract. . So
. But then how did you get 1+7i from there?
Originally Posted by Viral . But then how did you get 1+7i from there?
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