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    Complex numbers

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    Quote Originally Posted by usagi_killer View Post
    Show that can be represented by the cartesian equation
    You're missing magnitude brackets on the right hand side of the relation: it should be |4 - z|. Furthermore, the locus of |z - 2i| = |4 - z| is NOT a circle so the result you're trying to prove is wrong.
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