I am sorry if this is the wrong forum... Prove the following property of any complex number z: The imaginary part of z = (z - the complex conjugate of z)/2i
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Originally Posted by thamathkid1729 I am sorry if this is the wrong forum... Prove the following property of any complex number z: The imaginary part of z = (z - the complex conjugate of z)/2i Let z = x + iy and see what happens. If you need more help, please show all your work and say where you get stuck.
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