If z1 = (1, 2) and z2 = (3, 4), then what is z1/z2. can any1 help me with the steps on this complex number problem. pls i need the answer now.

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If z1 = (1, 2) and z2 = (3, 4), then what is z1/z2. can any1 help me with the steps on this complex number problem. pls i need the answer now.

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You need to perform 2 steps: 1) Rewrite the complex plane coordinates into a complex number like (a+bi). 2) Set up your fraction and rationalize the denominator of the fraction. Hint: (a+b)(a-b) = ? <-- is the answer a trinomial or binomial?
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