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    Complex number question

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    Q1 of Ekman's questions, is there both an algebraic and graphic way?
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    Re: Complex number question

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    Re: Complex number question

    Yes, there is an algebraic and graphic way.

    For part 3, Product of Roots.

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    Re: Complex number question

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    Yes, there is an algebraic and graphic way.

    For part 3, Product of Roots.
    What roots? Also what are the methods?
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    Re: Complex number question

    Yeah graphically works. draw a quadrilateral of Z,W and Z-W and Z+W. And you says its a rhombus cos its a parallrlogram with adjacent sides equal because mod Z=modW. Therefore the diagonals are prependicular

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