# Thread: for those 4U math geeks plx help me

1. ## for those 4U math geeks plx help me

How do i do this maths question,
x/(2-i) + y/(2+3i) = 4+i
PS: if ur attempting this with 'i' as a pro numeral, its not
this is complex numbers :s
Find x and find y

2. we have a homework help section

3. relly?!?!?!?!?! wheres dat...
edit: ehh nvm found it thnx

4. 2x - ix + y2 + 3yi as far as i know
homework section : Homework & Learning Section - MPGH - MultiPlayer Game Hacking

5. THe fuck bruh

No-one smart enof for this shitz.

6. Common denominators bitch. Then you can just set all the numerators equal to each other then solve using simple algebra.

7. lcd. time each part by it. solve.

8. hahahahahahha MPGH haz home work section ? XD

9. Originally Posted by IGotBanned.
hahahahahahha MPGH haz home work section ? XD
how is that funny?

10. Hope I dun goofed, I just quickly typed it out. If there are any errors just fix em, the way to solve should be clear.

Edit: assuming

11. Originally Posted by Alen
Hope I dun goofed, I just quickly typed it out. If there are any errors just fix em, the way to solve should be clear.

7+4i shouldnt be there.

12. Originally Posted by Swiftdude

7+4i shouldnt be there.
Where.

Also for those that missed my edit: I'm assuming x∈R∧y∈R

13. Originally Posted by Alen
Where.

Also for those that missed my edit: I'm assuming x∈R∧y∈R
on the denominator. if youre multiplying by least common denominator the denominator should drop out.

14. Originally Posted by Alen
Where.

Also for those that missed my edit: I'm assuming x∈R∧y∈R
on the denominator. if youre multiplying by least common denominator the denominator should drop out.

not for sure if we come up with same answers . cant finish it. just plug 0 for x and solve then plug 0 for y and solve

15. You're doing what I did. Exactly the same thing. Derp.

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