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- Homework Statement
- see attached.
- Relevant Equations
- complex numbers
ok here i have,
##x^2+y^2-5x=0##
##-y= 2##
I end up with the quadratic equation, ##x^2-5x+4=0##
Finally giving us, ##z=4-2i## and ##z=1-2i##
Which is easy enough to check for yourself.Homework Statement:: see attached.
Relevant Equations:: complex numbers
Finally giving us s, ##z=4-2i## and ##z=1-2i##
Then you should ask for a different approach, which you haven't gotten from us yet. This wasn't clear in your original post.Thanks Mark...I am seeking for a different way of solving this apart from simultaneous approach that I used...that's why I posted the question...yes, I can check that mate.
What you did was the most obvious and simplest approach. If there is another way, I can't think what it might be.Thanks Mark...I am seeking for a different way of solving this apart from simultaneous approach that I used...that's why I posted the question...yes, I can check that mate.