Hi, firstly i am confused as to what tan(z) is. Is it just tan(x+iy) and how do i find the real and imaginary parts of it? From this how do i find the solutions to tan(z) = 0?

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- Dec 13th 2009, 02:46 PMRoxanne123456789real and imaginary parts of tan(z)
Hi, firstly i am confused as to what tan(z) is. Is it just tan(x+iy) and how do i find the real and imaginary parts of it? From this how do i find the solutions to tan(z) = 0?

Thanks. - Dec 13th 2009, 06:23 PMtonio
- Dec 17th 2009, 05:58 AMRoxanne123456789
Could i not just use sin(z)=sin(x+iy) so Re(sin(z))= sin(x)cosh(y) and Im(sin(z)) = cos(x)sinh(y) and do the same for cos(x+iy) and then find the real and imaginary parts of tan(z) that way?