# how do I enter (3e+2i)(−3+πi)?

every time I enter I to represent i, it comes as an invalid syntax? pls help :)

how do I enter (3e+2i)(−3+πi)?

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2019-09-01 17:54:20 -0500
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every time I enter I to represent i, it comes as an invalid syntax? pls help :)

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The multiplication should be explicited with a `*`

, and $\pi$ is denoted by `pi`

:

```
sage: (3*e+2*I)*(-3+pi*I)
(I*pi - 3)*(3*e + 2*I)
```

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2019-09-01 17:10:09 -0500
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