Sketch the following:
$\displaystyle A = \{ z \in C \ | \ |z| = 2 - Re(z) \}$
I have the answer in front of me, but I just dont understand the following:
$\displaystyle x^2 + y^2 = (2-x)^2$
Why did they square the $\displaystyle (2-x)$ part?
Sketch the following:
$\displaystyle A = \{ z \in C \ | \ |z| = 2 - Re(z) \}$
I have the answer in front of me, but I just dont understand the following:
$\displaystyle x^2 + y^2 = (2-x)^2$
Why did they square the $\displaystyle (2-x)$ part?