What is conjugate of -a-b?

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Sep 12, 2015

Answer:

Without an indication of an imaginary term, there is no complex conjugate.

Explanation:

The complex conjugate of a real number is the real number.

So, if #a# and #b# are both real, then the complex conjugate of #-a-b# is also #-a-b#

If there is a typographic error in the question and the intended question is: "What is the complex conjugate of #-a-bi#?",

then the answer is #-a+bi#.