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    hi guys could some quickly help with this?!
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    (Original post by gandanmo2)
    hi guys could some quickly help with this?!
    Oooh, gosh, what a tiny picture :giggle:

    How far have you got? What have you tried so far?
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    (Original post by gandanmo2)
    hi guys could some quickly help with this?!
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    You can do this in a number of ways but I would start by writing the numerator and denominator into the polar form equivalents ( e^itheta) and apply demoivres theorem to the top and bottom and simplify. Dividing two complex numbers so you take away the arguments and divide the moduli
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    I'm going to have a go at this question real quick, just say if you would like my solution, I might get it wrong though
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    I got an answer:
    z = (6i - 8)/25 and z=(10/25)e^(2.5i), does anyone else have any solutions to this? I am curious now
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    (Original post by AndyW123)
    I got an answer:
    z = (6i - 8)/25 and z=(10/25)e^(2.5i), does anyone else have any solutions to this? I am curious now
    Yes, that is correct...except the part in bold (not sure what you did there).
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    Yes, that is correct...except the part in bold (not sure what you did there).
    ahh i see! thanks exam in an hour eek
 
 
 
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