Let z = 8 – 3i, and z2 = a + bi. What are the values of a and b?
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Let z = 8 – 3i, and z2 = a + bi. What are the values of a and b?
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1. User Answers abidemiokin
The values of a and b from the given complex numbers is 8 and 3 respectively.
The standard form of representing complex number is expressed as z = x + iy
Given the complex numbers z = 8 – 3i, and z2 = a + bi
To get the values of a and b, we need to compare both expressions as shown:
For the real part;
a = 8
For the imaginary part:
3i = bi
3 = b
Swap
b = 3
Hence the values of a and b from the given complex numbers is 8 and 3 respectively.
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