Is there a more convenient way to multiply and divide imaginary numbers than converting back and forth from phasors? (I guess I should say "when also having to add and subtract them")(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I always find AC circuit calculations to be tedious and problem filled when I do it that way.

For example if I had to simplify something like:

(6+j3)/(6+j8)+(5+j9)/(2+j7)

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# Dividing/Multiplying Imaginary Numbers

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