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    complex numbers q

    so theres this q,
    am^2+am+c=0 where m is complex number and a,b,c are real
    so we need to use conjugate theorems to show that a(m conjugate)^2 +b(m conjugate) +c=0

    i thought we cn just say that conjugate of m is a root, but how do we use conjugate theorems :/

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    Re: complex numbers q

    Quote Originally Posted by sssona09 View Post
    so theres this q,
    am^2+am+c=0 where m is complex number and a,b,c are real
    so we need to use conjugate theorems to show that a(m conjugate)^2 +b(m conjugate) +c=0

    i thought we cn just say that conjugate of m is a root, but how do we use conjugate theorems :/
    Last edited by 1729; 6 Nov 2017 at 8:50 PM.
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    Re: complex numbers q

    Quote Originally Posted by 1729 View Post
    thank you <3

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