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Assignment

Due:

th

w=

9+ 3i

.

12i

[6]

(b) Solve the equation

[4]

(c) Given that

2 z 2 iz5=0.

+4 i

, R.

1+ i

where

[4]

2 z 3z 2 + 4 z+ p=0, p R , is satisfied by

z=1+2 i.

[4]

(b) Determine the value of p.

[3]

p and q

z 1=

10i2 3

,

1i 3 2

are real.

express

z 1 in the form

p+iq , where

[4]

where

r and .

[3]

(c) Sketch on an Argand diagram the locus of the points representing the

complex number

such that

[2]

|zz 1|= 3 .

x 4 + x 2+ 2 x +6

1+i 2

is denoted by

u . The polynomial

p (x ) .

is denoted by

p ( x )=0.

[3]

(b) Write down a second complex root of the equation

p ( x )=0.

[1]

(c) Find the other two roots of the equation

p ( x )=0.

[3]

i w2=( 22i )2 .

[4]

(i)

arg ( z+1 ) =

|z1| if

[3]

(ii)

|z +3i|=2

[3]

if

z =44 3 i,

< .

[5]

[3]

Total = 55 marks

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Bonus Question

A company makes a video game system and video games, and is willing to sell

the systems at below what it costs to make them, knowing that they can make

plenty of profit on the games. The games are backward compatible with older

systems, so that, even if they sell no new systems, they will still have some sales

of the new games.

The profit,

P=20 g100 s0.01 g s ,

where

systems sold.

(a) If the company sells no new systems, how much profit do they make per new

game sold? [2]

(b) How many new systems would the company have to sell before they start

losing money regardless of how many new games they sell?

[3]

Marginal profit means the instantaneous rate of change of the profit. The

marginal profit, per new game sold, is the instantaneous rate of change of the

profit, with respect to the number of new games sold, holding constant the

number of new systems sold.

(c) If the company has fixed sales of $250, 000 new games system, what is the

marginal profit, per new game sold, when the number of new games sold is 1,

000, 000?

[3]

(d) If the company immediately sells 10, 000 new games, and never sells another

one, what is the marginal profit per new game system sold, when the number

of new games sold is 10, 000?

[4]

Total = 12 marks

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