airyana1114
  • airyana1114
Can someone help me solve this equation?
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airyana1114
  • airyana1114
\[(x+(3+5i))^{2}\]
AloneS
  • AloneS
u mean the steps??
airyana1114
  • airyana1114
Well I know that I need to first distribute the x to the 3 and 5i but what would my 5i become when I distribute x to it..

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AloneS
  • AloneS
yep so2=((3+5i)+x) so actually it would be made this way 2(x+(3+5i))
airyana1114
  • airyana1114
Isn't that just my original equation?
airyana1114
  • airyana1114
@ikram002p
Vocaloid
  • Vocaloid
you can "remove" the innermost parentheses to get: (x + 3 + 5i)^2 = (x + 3 + 5i)(x + 3 + 5i) then use FOIl to expand the expression
airyana1114
  • airyana1114
Okay, thank you
airyana1114
  • airyana1114
I still don't understand but thanks guys!

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