You are given four complex numbers in rectangular form: p=5+3j. q=2-4j. r=6j. s=-3-2j. Simplify the expressions below giving the answer in rectangular form: (i) p+s (ii)...

You are given four complex numbers in rectangular form: p=5+3j. q=2-4j. r=6j. s=-3-2j. Simplify the expressions below giving the answer in rectangular form: (i) p+s (ii)...

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