Complex analysis and complex plane


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Jun25-11, 07:08 PM
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1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data
Let z= x + yi be a complex number.
and f(z) = u + vi a complex function.
As:
u = sinx[itex]\ast[/itex]coshy
v= cosx[itex]\ast[/itex]sinhy

And if z has a trajectory shown in the attached image.
What would be the trajectory of the point (u,v) ?
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Welcome to PF, tsopatsopa!

Pick a couple of points on the trajectory and plug the numbers into your function?


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