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Three distinct points $x, y, z$ lie on a unit circle of the complex plane and satisfy $x+y+z=0$. Then $x, y, z$ form the vertices of .

  1. An isosceles but not equilateral triangle.
  2. An equilateral triangle.
  3. A triangle of any shape.
  4. A triangle whose shape can't be determined.
  5. None of the above.
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Answer is b

Since the arrows must be symmetric to each other as none of them is speacial. So equilateral.

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