Hi!
I got stuck on these 2 questions when I tried to do some math:
A)
IF its possible solve the equation:
z− 4iz= 3 + i
B)
Write the complex number z in polar form and the form eZ. Reply to this in precise form.
z= 2 + 2i
Thx for any help!
This is a system of linear equations. You definitely should have learned how to solve these in an earlier algebra class.
We have
Multiply the first equation by 4:
Add the first equation to the second:
So . Substitute this into the first equation and solve for .
Start by finding the modulus and argument of . Consult your textbook if necessary.