Can anyone help me to find the inverse function, domain and rule of the following complex function: g(z)=Log(1-2iz) Many thanks Graham
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Note that for any complex number $\displaystyle z $, $\displaystyle e^{\ln(z)} = z $. Not to be confused with the fact that $\displaystyle \ln(e^z) = z+2\pi i n, \text{ where } n \in \mathbb{N} $.
Can anyone show me how to determine the inverse of the following complex function g(z)=Log(1-2iz) Thank you Graham hi equate right hand side equal to x raise them to the power of the 10 then you will get the equation of z in terms of x
Originally Posted by ursa hi equate right hand side equal to x raise them to the power of the 10 then you will get the equation of z in terms of x In this context the base is not 10, it's e.
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