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If the amplitude of z–2–3i is pi/4 then the locus of z=x+iyis
If the amplitude of z–2–3i is pi/4 then the locus of z=x+iyis

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3 years ago

Ritesh Khatri
76 Points
```							let us consider points z1 = 2+3i and z = x+iynow z – z1 represents vector joining z and z1 whose slope is tan(pi/4)since  slope is constant z can only move along straight line hence locus is a straight line
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3 years ago
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