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# Help with OCR (not MEI) fp1 specimen paper, question 6 watch

1. Could someone please show me how to work out question 6 part iii part b. I have my exam tomorrow!

2. (Original post by Beckyboo308)
Could someone please show me how to work out question 6 part iii part b. I have my exam tomorrow!

Ill give you a hint first, it is the point at which the line made by arg(z) intersects with the line made by arg(a).
3. (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
Ill give you a hint first, it is the point at which the line made by arg(z) intersects with the line made by arg(a).

Ah ah I thought it might have been that, but I don't know how to find the line made by arg(z)? Am I just being really stupid and this is actually really easy
4. (Original post by Jai Sandhu)
Ill give you a hint first, it is the point at which the line made by arg(z) intersects with the line made by arg(a).

Isnt that hat just a point on the circle?
5. (Original post by Beckyboo308)
Ah ah I thought it might have been that, but I don't know how to find the line made by arg(z)? Am I just being really stupid and this is actually really easy
(Original post by Beckyboo308)
Isnt that hat just a point on the circle?
Say

Where

Extend this line segment you get into a line and you get:

6. (Original post by Jai Sandhu)

Say

Where

Extend this line segment you get into a line and you get:

i just got it but thank you!
7. (Original post by Beckyboo308)
i just got it but thank you!
No worries, Latex seems to have broken on me

Edit: Fixed

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