Determine where f'(z) exists and find its value when
$\displaystyle f(z)=x^2+iy^2$
My book gives NO explanation of how to find derivatives when the function f(z) isn't given in terms of z, as it is here. How do you solve these?
Determine where f'(z) exists and find its value when
$\displaystyle f(z)=x^2+iy^2$
My book gives NO explanation of how to find derivatives when the function f(z) isn't given in terms of z, as it is here. How do you solve these?