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    Complex Loci Question

    Hi, could some please explain the process for the following:

    Given arg((z+2)/(z-2i)) = pi/4, show -2i lies in the locus

    Is it a case of converting to cartesian or is it something far simpler such as subbing in?

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    We have



    so,

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    Brilliant and makes absolute sense
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    Quote Originally Posted by robertbrooks View Post
    Brilliant

    I don't agree.


    and makes absolute sense
    I agree.
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