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if a,b and c are three different complex numbers such that a/1-a=b/1-b=c/1-c=k then k=?

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```							We see that x/(1-x)= k has roots a, b and c.Or x(1+k) - k= 0 has more than one root which is possible only if 1+k= -k= 0Or k= 0= -1, which is impossible.So no possible value of k exists.I am pretty sure that there is some mistake in the question, so you may repost a new question preferably with a picture.KINDLY APPROVE :))
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