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\[\frac{ 1 }{\bar z} =\frac{ z }{ z^{2} }\]
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@luckythebest help
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@.Sam. help
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@ajprincess help
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ive figured it out.. \[z^2=z \bar z\] thus a simple rearranging will give the above...
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Yeah that's the answer but you might wanna figure out\[z^2=z \bar z\]
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i know how to figure that out. thanks... time consuming to type
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how about the following... \[q(z)=\frac{ 1+8i }{ \bar z }\] what is \[\bar q(z)\] ?
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or @anyone
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does this come under complex numbers?
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