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Originally Posted by dwsmith Is this correct? Note that .
So the the argument of 1 over z is just going to be ?
Let’s consider the principal argument, . The is simply its reflection in the real axis. You may want to reconsider?
If we pick up from where Mr F stopped, we have the angle as . Now, my question is then why isn't the
Originally Posted by dwsmith Is this correct? Given and then . What does this say about
, yes?
Originally Posted by dwsmith , yes? Yes, since z is reflected about the x-axis.
I think that