How do I add the following? $Z1=3-\sqrt{-2}\text{}\text{and}\text{}Z2=4+\sqrt{-4}$ ?

Maria Huey
2022-01-17
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How do I add the following? $Z1=3-\sqrt{-2}\text{}\text{and}\text{}Z2=4+\sqrt{-4}$ ?

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MoxboasteBots5h

Answered 2022-01-18
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Following on from Peter She’s collapsed answer:

${z}_{1}=3-\sqrt{-2}=3-\sqrt{2}i$

${z}_{2}=4+\sqrt{-4}=4+\sqrt{4}i=4+2i$

Thus${z}_{1}+{z}_{2}=[3-\sqrt{2}i]+[4+2i]$

$=(3+4)+(2-\sqrt{2})i=7+(2-\sqrt{2})i$

Thus

ramirezhereva

Answered 2022-01-19
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