# Complex conjugate problem

## Homework Statement

sun, I dont know why Im stuggling with a simple freakin problem. Its not even for me its for my friend who's in college algebra, but for some reaon I cant get the correct answer.

$${9 - 11i \over 6i}$$

## The Attempt at a Solution

I multiplied by the conjugate twice and got -11/6 + 3i/2

gabbagabbahey
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## Homework Statement

sun, I dont know why Im stuggling with a simple freakin problem. Its not even for me its for my friend who's in college algebra, but for some reaon I cant get the correct answer.

$${9 - 11i \over 6i}$$

## The Attempt at a Solution

I multiplied by the conjugate twice and got -11/6 + 3i/2

What is it exactly that your trying to find?

tiny-tim
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$${9 - 11i \over 6i}$$

## The Attempt at a Solution

I multiplied by the conjugate twice and got -11/6 + 3i/2

Hi camilus!

(you mean "I multiplied both top and bottom by the conjugate" )

-11/6 is right.

3i/2 isn't.