1. One root of a quadratic equation is 3+2i. Determine the other root and write the equation that has these values as its roots. 2. Solve for x in simplest a+bi form: 4x-4 = - 17/x Any help would be appreciated please show steps.
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Originally Posted by Lokith 1. One root of a quadratic equation is 3+2i. Determine the other root and write the equation that has these values as its roots. The complex conjugate will be the other root. Now you have both roots, expand them out the find the original equation. Originally Posted by Lokith 2. Solve for x in simplest a+bi form: 4x-4 = - 17/x Any help would be appreciated please show steps. multiplying your equation through by x will give you now solve using the quadratic formula.
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