Hi, What happens when you take the natural log of a number that involves i? for eg.: or even better: Or, put another way, what happens when you take the integral of a number involving i? Thanks
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Originally Posted by rainer What happens when you take the natural log of a number that involves i? First it is . The definition of complex logarithm function is .
I think you misplaced a parenthesis but I got it anyway. Thanks.
Originally Posted by rainer I think you misplaced a parenthesis but I got it anyway. Thanks. There is no missplaced parenthesis.
Ok, so if you didn't misplace a parenthesis I'm still confused. I'll just cut to the chase. I need help with this: Thanks
The principal value of .
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