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Diane S.

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Percent literally means per 100.  Whenever you see the word percent, or the symbol %, take whatever is before it, and put it over 100.   So 125% = 125/100.  That can be reduced to 5/4.     To convert to a decimal, you can do long division, dividing 5 into...

1.  (4+2i) - (6-8i):   distribute the minus sign:   = 4 + 2i - 6 + 8i   gather like terms:   = -2 + 10i   2. i18 = i times 18.  You should write it as 0 + 18i to give the answer in the form asked for.   3...

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