anonymous
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Simplify the given expression:
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anonymous
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anonymous
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i7/1+9i
anonymous
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thats not an answer choice

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anonymous
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What are the choices?
anonymous
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7+7i/2 63+7i/82 -7+7i/2 -63+7i/82
Hero
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\[ \sqrt{-49} = \sqrt{49 \dot\ -1} = \sqrt{49} \sqrt{-1} = 7i \\(3 + 4i) - (2 - 5i) = (3 - 2) + (4i + 5i) = 1 + 9i \]
Hero
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I have to agree with @maym0Re97
anonymous
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Lol that's what I got, but it's not an answer choice
anonymous
  • anonymous
i got that answer as well, but it isnt a choice
Hero
  • Hero
There's probably an equivalent choice
Hero
  • Hero
Multiply top and bottom by 1 - 9i and see what happens
anonymous
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would it be 63+7i/82?
anonymous
  • anonymous
your job is to rewrite in standard form as \(a+bi\) which means do what @hero said
anonymous
  • anonymous
\[\frac{7i}{1+9i}\times \frac{1-9i}{1-9i}\] the denominator is \(1^2+9^2=82\) all the work is in the numerator
anonymous
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yes you have it
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thank you(:

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