I'm a little tangled up with these exponents involving the imaginary unit. Can someone please confirm that I did this right? $\displaystyle iws^{iw-1}s^{2iw}=iws^{3iw-2iw}=iws^{iw}$ Thanks
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Originally Posted by rainer I'm a little tangled up with these exponents involving the imaginary unit. Can someone please confirm that I did this right? $\displaystyle iws^{iw-1}s^{2iw}=iws^{3iw-2iw}=iws^{iw}$ Thanks $\displaystyle iws^{iw - 1}s^{2iw} = iws^{iw - 1 + 2iw}$ $\displaystyle = iws^{3iw - 1}$.
duh!
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