# Complex Radicals

Pro Problems > Math > Number and Quantity > Complex Numbers## Complex Radicals

When the expression is simplified, the result can be written as follows: x - xi. Find the value of x.

2 +

3

2 -

3

1 + i

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2x(3 + i) + 4y = 3(yi - x) +5(y + 1)

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1 + i

2 - i

1 - i

2 + i

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