if z1,z2,z3...zn lie on circle mod(z)=2 then the value of mod(z1+z2+...+zn)-4*mod(1/z1+1/z2+1/z3...+1/zn) is
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Originally Posted by prasum if z1,z2,z3...zn lie on circle mod(z)=2 then the value of |(z1+z2+...+zn)|-4|(1/z1+1/z2+1/z3...+1/zn)| is
Originally Posted by Plato I know that you consider the equally without the bigger why ?
Let . * That inequalities aren't really useful, if you multiply by -4 the second one it becomes (so you can't add them).
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