# Questions on Complex Analysis

## Homework Statement

To prove that the sequence $a_{n}= \prod_{k}^\infty (1 + \frac{i}{k})$ when n is infinite constitutes points on a circle.

## Homework Equations

Ehh no idea what equations shall be used.

## The Attempt at a Solution

A friend asked me this, but I am usually engaged more with the physical aspects of Complex Analysis... so I have no idea how I should approach this question.

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Well points on a circle have a particular (finite) radius.

So you need to prove your infinite product has a finite limit,
Since we are in the complex plane this will be a radius, as every point with this modulus will be included.

Thank you. Yes I noticed that too, as we can extract an infinite series from it...

So what happens if you write a few of the terms of the series out and multiply them in pairs?

Further hint put 1/k = α.
So the terms take the form (1+αi)

Thank you for the help. Also $arg a_{n} = \sum^{\inf}_{k}\frac{1}{k}$ covers the entire circle.