
#19
Feb2007, 09:07 PM

P: 99

nevermind........




#20
Feb2007, 09:22 PM

P: 99

woo!!! I think i just understood what you meant. I was just too dense to see. if we convert the exponentials into sin and cos we are sorted! thanks a million dick, should be fine now :)




#21
Feb2107, 09:52 AM

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P: 25,175

Good. Once you're ok with the extension to the whole real line, you'll have to break them up again into + and  imaginary parts to get the correct contours, right?



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