I am having a hard time showing that f'(z) does not exist at any point for f(z)=z-z(conjugate) An explanation would be greatly appreciated, Thanks.
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Originally Posted by nankor I am having a hard time showing that f'(z) does not exist at any point for f(z)=z-z(conjugate) An explanation would be greatly appreciated, Thanks. do you mean so So does not satisfy the cauchy-reimann equation at any point so it is not diff at any point
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