Hello How does ? How does ? If , why is ? Also, why does this mean can not be differentiated? (without using the 'multi-valued' approach and differentiating it). Thanks
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#1: #2: Use Euler's formula. (Subtracted the second line from the first and divided both sides by i) Can you carry on from here? #3: isn't defined for ... And is differentiable. In fact,
Last edited by o_O; January 15th 2009 at 04:25 PM.
Thanks. Regarding #2, I got: Where to from here?
Let Edit: Sorry, I had a typo in my first post. Should've been iy instead of ix using the sub here.
You should know . That is the standard definition for the complex sine function. Then it is easy to see:
Thanks, I think I got the result: (1) But...for (1), how does that equate to if it contains the imaginary part ? (I thought only dealt with imaginary parts, given the 's in its definition). Also, trying to obtain : Is that correct?
No. Try reading over our posts again. Here, we let to get:
Thanks I get it now.
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