Where s is the complex conjugate of x I have the answer but I don't have the foggiest idea how it is obtained. answer: [(2^2 -1 )/2] -i
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Originally Posted by soma Where s is the complex conjugate of x I have the answer but I don't have the foggiest idea how it is obtained. answer: [(2^2 -1 )/2] -i Define . Then and . Also note that . So the integral becomes . Now you should be able to substitute the limits of integration. Remember that .
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