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Problem statement: Let A be a C*-algebra with unit 1. For each a∈A, let V(a), ν(a) and ν 0 (a) denote its numerical range, numerical radius and the distance from the origin to the boundary of its numerical range, respectively. Approach: If a is a nilpotent element of A with the power of nilpotency n, i.e., a n = 0, and ν(a) = (n-1) ν 0 (a). Results: We proved that V(a) = bW(A n ), where b is a scalar and A n is the strictly upper triangular n-by-n matrix with all entries above the main diagonaldoi:10.3844/jmssp.2009.348.351 fatcat:cji37ghtsfdyfny3d43xpjpz2q