1
AIEEE 2012
+4
-1
If $$z \ne 1$$ and $$\,{{{z^2}} \over {z - 1}}\,$$ is real, then the point represented by the complex number z lies :
A
either on the real axis or a circle passing through the origin.
B
on a circle with centre at the origin
C
either on real axis or on a circle not passing through the origin.
D
on the imaginary axis.
2
AIEEE 2011
+4
-1
Let $$\alpha \,,\beta$$ be real and z be a complex number. If $${z^2} + \alpha z + \beta = 0$$ has two distinct roots on the line Re z = 1, then it is necessary that :
A
$$\beta \, \in ( - 1,0)$$
B
$$\left| {\beta \,} \right| = 1$$
C
$$\beta \, \in (1,\infty )$$
D
$$\beta \, \in (0,1)$$
3
AIEEE 2011
+4
-1
If $$\omega ( \ne 1)$$ is a cube root of unity, and $${(1 + \omega )^7} = A + B\omega \,$$. Then $$(A,B)$$ equals :
A
(1 ,1)
B
(1, 0)
C
(- 1 ,1)
D
(0 ,1)
4
AIEEE 2010
+4
-1
The number of complex numbers z such that $$\left| {z - 1} \right| = \left| {z + 1} \right| = \left| {z - i} \right|$$ equals :
A
1
B
2
C
$$\infty$$
D
0
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