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Is |a−iba+ib| equal to 1? If yes, how?
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since the vector z¯ is a mirror copy of z , upon reflection into the real axis, which leaves its norm (length) unaltered.
The above assumes that a,b∈R. In fact the same is not true is we have a,b∈C
We do have
But if we take a=1, b=i we find:
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