We typically have z=r*e^(i*theta). But let's say I want a circle centered at 2i.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

Is it valid to write z=r*e^(i*theta)+2i ?

I ask this because I don't want to have abs(z-2i)=r; I want to solve for z.

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# Shifting a 'complex' circle

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