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What is the additive inverse of the complex number 9 – 4i?. . A.–9 – 4i. B.–9 + 4i. C.9 – 4i. D.9 + 4i

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Heather Maxwell on September 9, 2018

Given the complex number 9 - 4i, the additive inverse is the number that, when added to the original number, it would equate to zero. Another term that this can be known as it is the additive identity. The additive inverse is simply:(a + bi) = -(a + bi): 9 - 4i-(9 - 4i) = -9 + 4iTherefore, the answer is B.


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