Can we multiply both sides of a complex equation with each of their conjugate equations, eg: if z+4=w+2
Can we write (z+4)(y+4)=(w+2)(u+2)
Where y and u are the conjugates of z and y respectively

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true; so you'll have:
(z+4)(y+4) = (w+2)(y+4)
this way, both stil are equal.

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