If i am solving for a complex equation f(z) = 0. can i assume that if i solve [f(z)]* = 0, I'll get the solution to the first one??(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I mean, does f(z) = 0 imply [f(z)]* = f(z*) = 0???

I think it should be, but its giving me vague answers for a question i'm trying to solve. pls help

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# Complex equations

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