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- Homework Statement
- Photo of procedure below.

- Relevant Equations
- z= x+yi, |z|=sqrt(x^2 + y^2), i^2=-1

Here is my attempt(photo below), but somehow the solution in the textbook is z= 2 - (3/2)i, and mine is

Can someone please tell me where I am making a mistake? I suppose it's something with x being part of the real part of the 1st complex number and x being part of an imaginary number of the 1st complex number. But I don't know how to make it right.

Thank you.

**z=(-3/2) +2i.**Can someone please tell me where I am making a mistake? I suppose it's something with x being part of the real part of the 1st complex number and x being part of an imaginary number of the 1st complex number. But I don't know how to make it right.

Thank you.

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