Q. 4 A4.8( 6 Votes )

# Find the multiplicative inverse of the following complex numbers :

1 – i

Answer :

Given complex number is **Z**=1-i

We know that the multiplicative inverse of a complex number **Z** is **.**

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Multiplying and dividing with 1+i

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We know that i^{2}=-1

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∴ The Multiplicative inverse of 1-i is

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