Yes it was 67.5 degrees sorry, my bad! :P
Thanks for the help though guys! I initially wasn't thinking with vectors to solve this problem and ended up with some retarded ellipse haha
Thanks!
Let z = 3+ 2i and w =1+ 3i . Using complex numbers, find all complex numbers v such
that z, w and v form the vertices of an isosceles triangle in which the length of side zw
equals the length of side zv and the base angles are 67.5 degrees .
I've attempted this a couple of ways but I...
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