Hi ! Sorry if it isn't the correct subforum... The question is : Find the argument of , given that I found it to be , but couldn't go any further.. Did I miss something ? Thanks in advance
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Hi Originally Posted by Moo [...] given that This gives us and .
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel Hi This gives us and . I know, but well, the z_1+z_2 is disturbing... I got to expressions like but couldn't simplify :/
Originally Posted by Moo I know, but well, the z_1+z_2 is disturbing... I got to expressions like but couldn't simplify :/ If this is the expression you got to, you have the answer since this is a real number.
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel If this is the expression you got to, you have the answer since this is a real number. I got it, but what I need is the argument... ? I'm not sure I'm getting what you're saying :/
Originally Posted by Moo I got it, but what I need is the argument... ? I'm not sure I'm getting what you're saying :/ I should have added that This tells us that the argument is except when .
Originally Posted by flyingsquirrel I should have added that This tells us that the argument is except when . Oh yeah, that's better Hmm ? ^^ I'd say "arg=0 mod 2pi and theta_1-theta_2=-pi mod 2pi" Edit : it's ok now
Hey Moo I just have to post the geometric approach to this. hope you like my handwriting! Bobak Edit: I wrote equilateral when I meant isosceles, Thanks for spotting that Moo.
Nice handwriting ! (should be isoscele though lol) Thank you both of you !
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