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Standard XII
Mathematics
Question
If
z
1
,
z
2
are two non zero complex numbers such that

z
1
+
z
2

=

z
1

+

z
2

then the difference of the amplitude of the ratio of
z
1
and
z
2
equal to
−
π
π
0
π
2
A
π
2
B
−
π
C
π
D
0
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Solution
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Let
z
1
=
a
(
cos
A
+
i
sin
A
)
&
z
2
=
b
(
cos
B
+
i
sin
B
)
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