1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data a) Solve equation z + 2i z(with a line above it i.e. complex conjugate) = -9 +2i I want it in the form x + iy and I am solving for z. b) The equation |z-9+9i| = |z-6+3i| describes the straight line in the complex plane that is the perpendicular bisector of the line segment from 9-9i to 6-3i. Find the value of m and c 2. Relevant equations Complex conjugate: z = x + iy, z(line above it) = x -iy 3. The attempt at a solution a) I'm not exactly sure how to approach this but I have a few ideas. let z = -9 and 2i z(line above) = 2i and solve that way Let the entire equation = z, however when I do this what do I do about the complex conjugate z? Let entire equation = z complex conjugate and change the signs? I really am unsure which will work. b) If you write it in term of x +iy, you can write the equation like so: y = mx+c. I now need to find the values of m and c, my textbook literally jumps to insanely easy complex numbers to questions like these, I presume they are just difficultly worded questions and that they aren't actually difficult. Any help on how to approach these questions?