Find all solutions, z, of the equation, expresing your answers in cartesian form. --------------- use the complex exponential to evaluate Limits : 0 to pie/3
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Originally Posted by pearlyc Find all solutions, z, of the equation, expresing your answers in cartesian form. should give you a pretty good start. -Dan
Originally Posted by pearlyc use the complex exponential to evaluate Limits : 0 to pie/3 I would have thought someone at your level would be able to spell "pi" correctly. where Im( ) stands for the "imaginary part of." Can you finish it from here? -Dan
okay, i got till .. where do i go from here with the limits?
Originally Posted by pearlyc okay, i got till .. where do i go from here with the limits?
I converted exponential part back to the question and I got a zero
Originally Posted by pearlyc I converted exponential part back to the question and I got a zero The answer is not zero. You'll need to show all your working in order for your mistake(s) to be seen.
coverted back to subbing makes subbing it with 0 makes it = 0 too!
Originally Posted by pearlyc coverted back to subbing makes subbing it with 0 makes it = 0 too! Is this the sort of work you'd present to your teacher? It's impossible from this 'working' to find your mistakes. Try again - all the working this time please.
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