Find the set of points satisfying the equality , with an arbitrary constant. (I guess in ).
My attempt :
If then , which makes a point on the complex plane.
If then and can be any number in so we've a straight line in the complex plane ( ) and I believe it will be the same for any other .
Am I right?
In fact, circles such as these have a special name: Circles of Apollonius.
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