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# Complex Numbers watch

1. http://mathsathawthorn.pbworks.com/f/FP1Jun06.pdf
Okay so i have got x+iy=2x+3ix+2iy+3i-3y+2
Which can give-(x+iy)=3ix+3i-3y+2
What do i do next?
2. Rearrange the LHS so you have real and imaginary parts together. Then you can compare real and imaginary parts on both sides to create simultaneous equations in x and y.

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