If having to integrate a conjugate do you multiply the function by the differential of the normal function or the differential of the conjugate?
e.g.integrate the real conjugate of t^3 -it. Thanking you in advance for any help.
If having to integrate a conjugate do you multiply the function by the differential of the normal function or the differential of the conjugate?
e.g.integrate the real conjugate of t^3 -it. Thanking you in advance for any help.
Thank you - it was the first I meant and I wasn't sure what to do - thought you had to integrate the function and then multiply by the derivative of the function according to cauchy's Integral theorem but didn'tknow if the derivtive was before or after finding the conjugate. How does everyone manage to type the mathematical stuff ?
Thanks again for your reply.