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z^3 - z conjugated = 0

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z^3 - z conjugated = 0
z= x-iy

I want to know if there is an easyer way to do this.

TreefAM  Jun 11, 2014

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I assume the equation is

where the overbar indicates the complex conjugate.

Then:

Alan  Jun 11, 2014
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Conjugation this is a math site sir were did this english come from?????Lol

zegroes  Jun 11, 2014
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Conjugate is a maths word Zegroes it can mean different things depending on the context.

eg The conjugate of 3+sqrt(2) is 3-sqrt(2)

This question is refering to complex number conjugates.   The conjugate of x+iy is x-iy  (Where i=sqrt(-1))

Melody  Jun 11, 2014
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Don't worry. I aked a stupid question. Sorry.

Melody  Jun 11, 2014
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Its the zero. Dont worry melody at least i know your not ms.perfect knowing everything......Lol hope you woke up to this

zegroes  Jun 11, 2014
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+27042
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I assume the equation is

where the overbar indicates the complex conjugate.

Then:

Alan  Jun 11, 2014
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Thank you, i understand it now better.

TreefAM  Jun 11, 2014