y= So I converted it to: Then I took the derivative to get: Then I simplified it to: This doesn't match the answer in the back of the book, does anyone see any errors? Thank You.
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Originally Posted by dbakeg00 y= So I converted it to: Then I took the derivative to get: Then I simplified it to: This doesn't match the answer in the back of the book, does anyone see any errors? Thank You. That looks fine to me. Perhaps your book has it in a different notation
Originally Posted by e^(i*pi) That looks fine to me. Perhaps your book has it in a different notation The notation that the book puts the answer in is:
Those are are the same, just in different order.
Originally Posted by Plato Those are are the same, just in different order. I see it now. Thank you. I think this book takes unnecessary steps to put its answers in different forms. I don't see any reason to re order those, but that's just me. Thanks again for the help.
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