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Complex solution using graph shadows.

by Duom02
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Duom02
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May27-03, 08:13 PM
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My teacher vaguly mentioned being able to solve for complex solutions using graph shadows but stopped at that. Could anyone tell me if this is actually possibly and how one would go about it.
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May27-03, 08:16 PM
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Originally posted by Duom02
My teacher vaguly mentioned being able to solve for complex solutions using graph shadows but stopped at that. Could anyone tell me if this is actually possibly and how one would go about it.
Indeed using graph shadows will work, especially with functions I believe. But I don't know that all complex equations can be solved this way. As far as the details of how, it's quite determined by the equation as far as I know.


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