1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the principal value of i^2i 2. Relevant equations principal value = Ln r + iArg(z) 3. The attempt at a solution dont know how to start..
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Originally Posted by nameck 1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Find the principal value of i^2i 2. Relevant equations principal value = Ln r + iArg(z) 3. The attempt at a solution dont know how to start.. Are you asking for the principle value of ? If so it would be nice if you say so. (start by writing in exponetial form: , with and ) CB
I think we are to find the principle value of .
Yes Plato u are right..
I dif that for you. Can you finish?
Originally Posted by Plato I think we are to find the principle value of . how did u get pi/2?
Originally Posted by nameck how did u get pi/2? The principle value of . Now and so
Originally Posted by Plato I think we are to find the principle value of . when did u insert Arg(z)?
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