Hi I have these two expressions and I need to find , so I substitute into the first expression. The problem is I don't know how to get it into the form below Thanks
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Originally Posted by bobred Hi I have these two expressions and I need to find , so I substitute into the first expression. The problem is I don't know how to get it into the form below Thanks You can't. Think of it this way: A + B = D is B = D - A
From this you get The real numbers on the left have to equal the real numbers on the right and the same goes for imaginary numbers
Originally Posted by Shakarri From this you get The real numbers on the left have to equal the real numbers on the right and the same goes for imaginary numbers The poster does not say imaginary numbers. When he specifies what his question is about we will be able to handle this properly.
Hi I find B by hand easy enough, but Maple gives the expression below and I don't know how The expressions come from boundary values.
Oh sorry I missread your post. With and You get Factorize out A Get a common denominator and simplify.
Hi, thanks I have got to the point above its just the next step i'm having trouble with.
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