Q: 212 D at which W B?

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No it is not a, b, c or d.

The answer is 4! (4 factorial), the same as 4x3x2x1, which equals 24 combinations. The answer is 24 and this is how: A b c d A b d c A c d b A c b d A d c b A d b c B c d a B c a d B d a c B d c a B a c d B a d c C d a b C d b a C a b d C a d b C b d a C b a d D a b c D a c b D b c a D b a c D c a b D c b a

One way, use binomial multiplication. Example: (w + x)*(y + z) = {using the FOIL method} w*y + w*z + x*y + x*z, so if we have two complex numbers multiplied:(a + b*i)*(c + d*i) = a*c + a*d*i + b*c*i + b*d*i*i, but i*i = -1, so this becomes:(a*c - b*d) + (a*d + b*c)*iAnother way to express complex numbers is as a magnitude and an angle. If this is the case, then you multiply the two magnitudes, and add the angles, then reduce the resultant angle to within -180Â° and +180Â°.If you have a real X complex, then just use {b=0} in (a + b*i), so then you have:(a*c) + (a*d)*i *Or if using the polar coordinates, take the angle as 0Â° for a positive real number and 180Â° for a negative real number, then add the angles.

W*D=w*d

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No it is not a, b, c or d.

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