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Q: What is conjugate of 2 plus 3i?

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-2 - 3i

[ 2 - 3i ] is.

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(8+6i)-(2+3i)=6+3i 8+6i-2+3i=6+9i

(-2 + 3i) + (-1 - 2i) = -2 + 3i - 1 - 2i = -2 - 1 + 3i - 2i = -3 + i

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-2 - 3i

[ 2 - 3i ] is.

The complex conjugate of 2-3i is 2+3i.

The conjugate of 2 + 3i is 2 - 3i, and the conjugate of 2 - 5i is 2 + 5i.

-2 + 3iThe additive inverse: -(-2 + 3i) = 2 - 3iThe conjugate: -2 - 3i

4i(-2 -3i) = 4i×-2 - 4i×-3i = -8i -12i² = -8i + 12 = 12 -8i → the conjugate is 12 + 8i

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[7 - 3i] To find the conjugate: the sign of the real part stays the same, and the sign of the imaginary part is reversed. So the conjugate of [7 + 3i] is [7 - 3i]

[7 - 3i] To find the conjugate: the sign of the real part stays the same, and the sign of the imaginary part is reversed. So the conjugate of [7 + 3i] is [7 - 3i]

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The conjugate of (84-3i) is (84+3i). This gives you a real number when multiplied.

The conjugate is 7 - 3i is 7 + 3i.