Hello i have some problems with solving two things connected with complex numbers: 1) I tried with logarythming both sides, so i get: and here i stuck... 2) Here i even do not have idea how to start
Last edited by Vermax; October 18th 2009 at 04:49 AM.
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Originally Posted by Vermax Hello i have some problems with solving two things connected with complex numbers: 1) I tried with logarythming both sides, so i get: and here i stuck... 2) Here i even do not have idea how to start Please post the question exactly as it's worded in wherever you got it from.
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Please post the question exactly as it's worded in wherever you got it from. Yes sir. So the question is: "Solve the equation". In other words, "find z". And sorry for posting this thread in Algebra.
There is something a bit off about this question. I have settled on a solution if we restrict its principle value. Consider these: and . If and is any real number If then
Plato used "\overline{z}" rather than "\hat{z}" to get , the standard notation for "complex conjugate".
Thank you Plato, however what is very weird for me that the answer for 2) is: ,where y is a real number, and l,k are integers. Does it have any sense? According to the first equation, the solution is just simple: so:
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