# Someone help me in APOLLONIUS circles in complex numbers

I did a question and my solution was quite long. I read its solution and there was something mentioned about APOLLONIUS circle, that went over me. So I request a brilliantian to tell me about it and how can I use it for JEE. The question was :- Find the complex numbers equidistant from the roots of the equation (z+2)^4 + 16z^4=0

Note by Mayank Singh
3 years, 3 months ago

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Here's the Wolfram Math World page and here's a short pdf on Complex Analysis where you'll be able to understand it easily :)

I don't think we'd be needing Complex Analysis to clear JEE but if it's all the same to you , learn it . It's not that difficult!

- 3 years, 3 months ago