Is the complex conjugate of an integral equal to the integral of the complex conjugate?
If so, is there a simple way to show this?
If this the integral of a complex function of a real variable then the answerOriginally Posted by DMT
is yes, just separate the function into real and imaginary parts and see what
happens.
If it is a complex function of a complex variable, and the integration is
along some curve in the complex plane I suspect that the answer is
not usually.
RonL