Thanks for helping! Complex conjugate of z2=8(cos(7pi/6)+isin(7pi/6)))

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Thanks for helping! Complex conjugate of z2=8(cos(7pi/6)+isin(7pi/6)))

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My worksheet says /z subscript 2. Which I think means complex conjugate.
It gave me the z2 equation and just says /z2

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okay, thanks for attempting to help :)
What does the x' and y' mean?
oh, gotcha
So the conjugate is 2 sqrt(7)?
Okay, thanks! That was pretty helpful.
*if* \( z_2=8\ (cos\frac {7 \pi}{6} \ + \ isin\frac{7\pi}{6})\), then \( \bar z_2=8\ (cos\frac {7 \pi}{6} \ - \ isin\frac{7\pi}{6})\)
Oh, so it only needs a subtraction?
@NotSephiroth yes \(z = x + i y\), \(\bar z = x - i y\)
or \(z = R e^{i \theta}\), \(\bar z = R e^{-i \theta}\)
Okay thanks!
that was really helpful!

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