Hi everyone, I was questionning myself about a problem that I have surely learn in school but I want to know if it's possible to solve a division with imaginary numbers without using the polar transformation.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Example: [tex]\frac{2+2i}{1-i}[/tex]

So with the polar tansformation we have this:[tex]\frac{2\sqrt{2}\angle45°}{\sqrt{2}\angle-45°}[/tex][tex]=2i[/tex]

Now I was wondering if someone know a way to find the solution of 2i without the polar transformation. If it's the case can you show me how you have done it.

Thanks

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# Division with the rectangular form

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