Consider three sets A1, A2 and A3 of complex numbers as defined by
A1={z: 0 <=arg(z) <=pi/4
A2 ={z: 1<=| z|<=2
A3 ={z: Re (z)>=square root2and |z|<1
Suppose A is the area covered by the points in the set A1 intersection A2.Then which of the following is (are) true
How can the modulus of complex No. Z be less than 1 when the real part of the complex No. is greater than root 2

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I think you want to know just the last part of your question since you have not provided any options.Z=2+i Z=22+12=2+1=3>1i think it is written wrong, it cannot be <1

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