Answer :

Given: (1 - i√3)

To find: Multiplicative inverse


We know that,


Multiplicative Inverse of z = z-1



Putting z = 1 - i√3



Now, rationalizing by multiply and divide by the conjugate of (1 - i√3)




Using (a – b)(a + b) = (a2 – b2)




[ i2 = -1]






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