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Solve for a, (2+i)conjugate(z)= z+4
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(2+i)conjugate(z)=z+4
Divide both sides by (2+i)conjugtez;  (2+i)conjugtez ≠ 0
(2+i) conjugates/(2+i) conjugates= z/(2+i) conjugates+4/(2+i) conjugates;  (2+i) (2+i) conjugates ≠0
Simplify
Answer= a= z+4/ecougtznj(2+i);  (2+i) conjugtez ≠0
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