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1)z not =0; Prove that modof(z-1) 2)x,y are non zero complex numbers... Prove that modof(x+y)>=1/2(modof(x)+ modof(y)) * modof(x/mod(x)+ y/mod(y)) I m really srry but there was no mod sign...

1)z not =0; Prove that modof(z-1)<=modof(modof(z)-1)+ modof(z)arg(z)..


 


2)x,y are non zero complex numbers...


 


Prove that modof(x+y)>=1/2(modof(x)+ modof(y)) * modof(x/mod(x)+ y/mod(y))


 


I m really srry but there was no mod sign...

Grade:11

1 Answers

Anirud Thyagharajan
14 Points
10 years ago

i meant i couldnt use the actual mod operator bcoz it is not available for typing means...

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