## Type the correct answer in the box. Fill in the missing term in the equation. (1 + 2i)(2 + i) + = 5(2 + i)

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Well, the first step would be to multiply everything out. 1*2=2, g1*i=i, g2i*2=4i, and 2i*i=2i^2. This would bring the equation to 2+i+4i+2i^2=5(2+i)

Next, multiply the other side. 5*2=10, and 5*i=5i. The equation is now:

2+i+4i+2i^2=10+5i

Now, combine like terms, and arrange the sides from highest exponents to lowest exponents: i+4i=5i. You can arrange the equation to 2i^2+5i+2=5i+10.

Subtract 2 from both sides: 2i^2+5i=5i+8

Subtract 5i from both sides: 2i^2=8

Divide both sides by 2: i^2=4.

Finally, find the square root of 4 to get i. The square root of 4 is 2, so i=2.

Answer:

The missing term would be 10

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