Can anyone help me with this problem please? Express in a+bi form: 3-6i/-4i Thanks
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Originally Posted by setty7 Can anyone help me with this problem please? Express in a+bi form: 3-6i/-4i Thanks Multiply both numerator and denominator by 4i.
ok thanks you then what do you do?
Originally Posted by setty7 ok thanks you then what do you do? Do it then tell us what you have Also use brackets to make your questions explicit and not leave us having to guess where they should be CB
i got 12i-24i^2/-16i^2 the i^2 means i squared
Originally Posted by setty7 i got 12i-24i^2/-16i^2 the i^2 means i squared HI you are correct . But you should also know that Try using that in simplifying your equation .
ok so after I did that I got 12i-24/16? is that correct?
Originally Posted by setty7 ok so after I did that I got 12i-24/16? is that correct? nope . Recheck your work . The numerator >
my bad 12i+24/16
Originally Posted by setty7 my bad 12i+24/16 Divide top and bottom by 4, and where are those brackets? CB
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