Curry
  • Curry
Verify that 0, 1+3i, 2-i, 3+2i, are the vertices of a parrallelogram. Then prove that for any distinct, nonzero complex numbers u and v, the points 0,u,v, and u+v, are the vertices of a parrallelogram
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Zarkon
  • Zarkon
isn't this obvious....try drawing a picture
Curry
  • Curry
i dont get the second part of the problem
Curry
  • Curry
i already proved the first part i dont get the second part

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Curry
  • Curry
prove that for any distinct, nonzero complex numbers u and v, the points 0,u,v, and u+v, are the vertices of a parrallelogram
anonymous
  • anonymous
I would like to help you, buth math it is not my strong point, although I miss it very much
Curry
  • Curry
that is ok

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