Katie R.

asked • 02/09/21

High School Algebra 2

The multiplicative inverse of a complex number z is 1/z where z≠0. Find the multiplicative​ inverse, or​ reciprocal, of the complex number 5−11i. Then use complex conjugates to simplify. Check your answer by multiplying it by the original number.

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Michael K.

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11^2 is 121 not 132. So the denominator would be 146 not 157.
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