Complex Analysis (A Few Clarifying Questions On Practice Problems)

I am having a few issues with Complex Analysis. I've done as much as I could on a few practice problems hoping I would understand it but I'm a bit stuck.

1) Find a parameterization of the line segment joining http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?%5Csmall%202i and http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?%5Csmall%201+i. Find the image of the segment under the mapping http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...i%5Cbar%7Bz%7D.

This is what I did:

http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...%7D%20%3D%202i and http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...%3D%201+i

http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...lus;z_%7B1%7Dt for http://latex.codecogs.com/gif.latex?...%20t%5Cleq%201

The graph doesn't look look right. I've reworked it a few times and I keep getting the same answer. Am I making a silly algebraic mistake somewhere?

2)Find the image of the set under the given complex mapping

; is the line

A friend told me to do it this way:

*Is this correct?*

I'll just submit the two problems I'm having the most problem with. Thanks for looking at this.

Re: Complex Analysis (A Few Clarifying Questions On Practice Problems)

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**DrKittenPaws**

the parameterization of the segment is simply

$2\imath + (1-\imath)t~~0\leq t \leq 1$

try redoing the problem with this.

Re: Complex Analysis (A Few Clarifying Questions On Practice Problems)

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**romsek** the parameterization of the segment is simply

$2\imath + (1-\imath)t~~0\leq t \leq 1$

try redoing the problem with this.

Well, that was dumb of me. Let me try to work it out again and I'll get back to ya on what I got. Thanks!

Re: Complex Analysis (A Few Clarifying Questions On Practice Problems)

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**DrKittenPaws**

You should have $z_0(1 - t)$ and not $z_0(1 + t)$.

For your second problem, you have the elements on your line are complex numbers of the form: $z = x + ix$.

From this, we see that the images are of the form: $f(z) = \overline{z} = \overline{x+ix} = x - ix$, so that these lie on the line $y = -x$.

Re: Complex Analysis (A Few Clarifying Questions On Practice Problems)

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**DrKittenPaws**

Consider a vector approach. Express the points a vectors.

$(0,2)~\&~(1,1)\\(0,2)+t(1,-1),~0\le t\le 1\\(t,2-t),~0\le t\le 1\\t+i(2-t),~0\le t\le 1$

that is the parameterzation of the line segment.