Solve the equation z+z'=z'*z^2+i*z*z' where z is a complex number.
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As z is a complex number z = x+ iy
z' = x - iy
z + z' = x + iy + x - iy = 2x
z'*z^2 + i*z*z' = (x - iy)*(x +iy)^2 + i*(x - iy)(x + iy)
=> (x^2 + y^2)(x + iy) + i(x^2 +...
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