anonymous
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multiplicative inverse of \[1\div3+i\]
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anonymous
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i could have sworn we just did this
anonymous
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nope!
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\frac{1}{3+i}\]?

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anonymous
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multiplicative inverse is \[3+i\] because if you multiply them together you get 1
anonymous
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nope!
anonymous
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nope!
anonymous
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so the answer is 3+i?
anonymous
  • anonymous
it is true that \[\frac{1}{3+i}\times (3+i)=1\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
complex numbers are weird, but not that weird
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Owlfred
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xavier11, it's best when you put work in your questions so you understand how to derive the answer.
anonymous
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nope!
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yes i completely agree, im just a little pressed for time right now

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