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    Fluid Flows - Flow Mapping Theorem (not for the faint hearted!!)

    How do I do this question:

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    Flows and obstacles - Help please please!!

    Hi Guys

    Since I last posted this question, I have figured out how to calculate part (i) and (ii). However, I am stuck on part (iii).

    I think I need to use the formula (Inverse Function Rule), f '(z)=1/1-1/(f(z))^2). However, when I input the values of f(z) into the equation, i dont get the function as stated in part (iii). Am I missing something? Do i need to use parts (i) and (ii) of the answer? If so, for part (ii) I got z+4/z-16/z^3....

    Please help someone - this is really doing my head in...!!
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    iii) There's a simple reason you can't do the problem: it is incorrect as written. Presumably there is a typo in here somewhere?

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