Posted by **Lisa** on Tuesday, January 15, 2013 at 2:08pm.

In these complex exponential problems, solve for x:

1)e^(i*pi) + 2e^(i*pi/4)=?

2)3+3=3i*sqrt(3)=xe^(i*pi/3)

MY attempt:

I'm not really sure of what they are asking.

For the 1st one I used the e^ix=cos(x)+i*sin(x)

and got -1+sqrt(2) +sqrt(2)i

2) I solved for x and fot (3+3i*sqrt(3))/(1/2+i*sqrt(3)/2)

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