1
IIT-JEE 2004
Subjective
+2
-0
Find the centre and radius of circle given by $$\,\left| {{{z - \alpha } \over {z - \beta }}} \right| = k,k \ne 1\,$$

where, $${\rm{z = x + iy, }}\alpha {\rm{ = }}\,{\alpha _1}{\rm{ + i}}{\alpha _2}{\rm{,}}\,\beta = {\beta _1}{\rm{ + i}}{\beta _2}{\rm{ }}$$

2
IIT-JEE 2003
Subjective
+2
-0
If $${z_1}$$ and $${z_2}$$ are two complex numbers such that $$\,\left| {{z_1}} \right| < 1 < \left| {{z_2}} \right|\,$$ then prove that $$\,\left| {{{1 - {z_1}\overline {{z_2}} } \over {{z_1} - {z_2}}}} \right| < 1$$.
3
IIT-JEE 2003
Subjective
+2
-0
Prove that there exists no complex number z such that $$\left| z \right| < {1 \over 3}\,and\,\sum\limits_{r = 1}^n {{a_r}{z^r}} = 1$$ where $$\left| {{a_r}} \right| < 2$$.
4
IIT-JEE 2002
Subjective
+5
-0
Let a complex number $$\alpha ,\,\alpha \ne 1$$, be a root of the equation $${z^{p + q}} - {z^p} - {z^q} + 1 = 0$$, where p, q are distinct primes. Show that either $$1 + \alpha + {\alpha ^2} + .... + {\alpha ^{p - 1}} = 0\,or\,1 + \alpha + {\alpha ^2} + .... + {\alpha ^{q - 1}} = 0$$, but not both together.
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