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x-6i=(3-i)+(4-2yi) x-6i=(3-i)+(4-2yi) @Mathematics

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    Could you give us some context? What are we solving for?

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    Is i \[\sqrt{-1}\] or a variable?

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    i = square root of -1

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    And what are we solving for?

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    x and y

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    the trick to these is to realize that you can treat the real and the imaginary parts as two separate problems. For example, the real parts give you this equation: x= 3+4

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    X- 6i = 7-3yi compring tow equations X= 7 -3y = -6 y= 2

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