Find all solutions of the equation and express them in the form a+bi: (I have no idea what 'i' stands for)
I have to find 2 sets of numbers in which the first set b < 0, then another set with b > 0. A and B are both real numbers.
I can't find an easy way to factor it, and when I put it into the quadratic formula it isn't possible because you cant squareroot -26.
a+bi is the general form a complex number, i know it might be confusing, but has nothing to do with the a,b from the quadratic formula, it just means that when you run through the quadratic formula you will get an answer, part of it will have i and part of it wont
write it as (real number)+(real number)i
Uhh k..
First input the solution with b< 0 here:
the real number a equals_______ and the real number b equals_______
Then input the solution with b0 here:
the real number a equals_______ and the real number b equals _______
Thats the format I'm suppose to answer it in, I'm just really confused now how to get through this...
Sorry for dragging this out, I've never had a question like this or delt with 'complex conjugates'