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Add the complex expressions, and simplify. (1 – 3.5i) + (3.6 + 6.5i)

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ok distribute it out first and lets see what you get
(1+3.6) - (3.5i+6.5i)
nope here is how you distribute \[(a+b) * (c + d) = ac + ad + bc + bd\]

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does that help at all?
yes I am sorry I am helping others and keeping up with my own
1-3.5i + 3.6 + 6.5i = 1+3.6 *1+6.5i= 3.7 + 6.6i = 3.5i+3.6 * 3.5i+6.5i= 7.1i + 10i = 17i does that look right
or is it confusing?
I will tell you the answer is 4.6 + 3i
okay
lets double check your FOIL
thank you was it that confusing?
All you do is add the real parts and then add the imaginary parts.. There shouldnt be any distributing
You FOIL is very confusing haha.
works lets double check
Im really really sorry!!!!! I thought it was (1 – 3.5i) (3.6 + 6.5i) and not (1 – 3.5i) + (3.6 + 6.5i)
tyler is right!
\[(1 + 3.6) + (-3.5 + 6.5)i\]\[4.6 + 3i\]
okay thank you tyler
and you too Walleye

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