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    I dont really understand what does 'the position of Q is correct relative to P' Can any one help me to do this question? Thanks a lot. Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1421589487.501326.jpg
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    I dont really understand what does 'the position of Q is correct relative to P' Can any one help me to do this question? Thanks a lot. Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1421589487.501326.jpg
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    Just means that Q is higher and to the left of P
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    I dont really understand what does 'the position of Q is correct relative to P' Can any one help me to do this question? Thanks a lot. Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1421589487.501326.jpg
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    The diagram shows the correct position of Q and P which means that Re(w)<Re(z) and Im(w)>Im(z).
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    Just means that Q is higher and to the left of P
    So how to solve this question?.. I still don't know how to do it...


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    The diagram shows the correct position of Q and P which means that Re(w)<Re(z) and Im(w)>Im(z).
    What about this question? Question 5 Name:  ImageUploadedByStudent Room1421590255.310390.jpg
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    Is it that Real part of Q is smaller than k and the imaginary part of P is smaller than k? And how to solve it then?


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