# SOLUTION: Hi, I'm having trouble with these two complex numbers problems: Directions: Without using a graph, find the endpoint of the vector that satisfies the following questions. 1.

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 Question 394197: Hi, I'm having trouble with these two complex numbers problems: Directions: Without using a graph, find the endpoint of the vector that satisfies the following questions. 1. (-2-i)+(8-5i) 2. (3+7i)-(8+2i)Found 2 solutions by stanbon, josmiceli:Answer by stanbon(57984)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!1. (-2-i)+(8-5i) (-2+8,-1-5) = (6,-6) ========================= 2. (3+7i)-(8+2i) (3-8,7-2) = (-5,5) ====================== Cheers, Stan H. Answer by josmiceli(9819)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!To add these 2 vectors, you must add the imaginary terms separately from the real terms (1) (-2,-i) + (8 -5i) answer ----------- (2) (3 + 7i) - (8 + 2i) Subtracting a vector is the same as adding the negative vector like so: (2) (3 + 7i) + (-8 - 2i) answer