Posted by **sarah** on Monday, March 2, 2009 at 4:03pm.

2i/4-8i

2i/4-8i * (4+8i)/(4+8i)

then i multiplied the top and bottom and got

8i/ 4^2 + 16i/8^2

8/80 + 16i/80

reduce to

4/5 + 2i

is this correct

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