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Homework Statement
Arg z≤ -π /4
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm confused whether the answer to that would be more than -45° or less. Should the approach to arguments be the same as in negative numbers?
The problem is the same whether stated in degrees or in radians.Homework Statement
Arg z≤ -π /4
Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution [/B]
I'm confused whether the answer to that would be more than -45° or less. Should the approach to arguments be the same as in negative numbers?
Thanks! To confirm, the answer would be 60°...etc?The problem is the same whether stated in degrees or in radians.
Yes, the approach is the same as for negative numbers.
Regardless of the signs of two numbers, a < b means that b - a is positive.
???Thanks! To confirm, the answer would be 60°...etc?
Is it true that 60° ≤ -45° ?Thanks! To confirm, the answer would be 60°...etc?
You need to decide whether you are taking ##\arg \, z ## in ##[0, 2\pi]## in ##[-\pi, \pi]##.Homework Statement
Arg z≤ -π /4
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I'm confused whether the answer to that would be more than -45° or less. Should the approach to arguments be the same as in negative numbers?