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buzzmath

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in the reflection principle if f(x) is pure imaginary then the conjugate of f(z)=-f(z*) where z* is the complex conjugate of z.

Any advice on where to start?

thanks

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buzzmath

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in the reflection principle if f(x) is pure imaginary then the conjugate of f(z)=-f(z*) where z* is the complex conjugate of z.

Any advice on where to start?

thanks

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cristo

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hint: if f is purely imaginary, then one can write f(z)=iy, for some real number, y.

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