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Hi guys, need help with this question:
Find the 2 complex numbers z1 and z2 each of which satisfies the following EQN:
3zz* + 2(z-z*) = 39 + 12i
To solve this, I let z = x + yi
3zz* + 2(z-z*) = 39 + 12i
=> 3(x^2 + y^2) + 2y = 39 + 12i
Equating Real and Imaginary parts:
3x^2 = 39 => x = sq root 13
3y^2 + 2y = 12 => y = (-1/3) + sq root (37/9)
However, my ans was wrong. Any idea what went wrong? Thanks in advance!