Complex analysis

  • #1
I have a homework question:
Find (1 − [itex]\sqrt{3}[/itex] i)1−i and P((1 − [itex]\sqrt{3}[/itex] i)1−i).

I dont know what does the P stand for, And i cant find it in the textbook either.

Thanks
 

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Welcome to PF, nickolas2730! :smile:

I have no clue what P stands for either.
I dare to say it is not a standard mathematical operator or function.
So you'll have to find it in your notes or else.
 
  • #3
Welcome to PF, nickolas2730! :smile:

I have no clue what P stands for either.
I dare to say it is not a standard mathematical operator or function.
So you'll have to find it in your notes or else.

Thank you so much, i have handed it in already lol
and waiting for answer and see what on earth does that P stand for
 
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Let me know if you find out, will you? :wink:
 
  • #5
sure!
btw, thanks for helping me for the hw question b4
 
  • #6
P ((1 −√3i)1−i) = e(1−i)Log(1−√3i)
= e(1−i)(ln 2− ∏/3 i)
= eln 2−∏/3 e−(ln 2+∏/3)i
 
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Funny.
This is just the evaluation of the expression.
Without P() it would say exactly the same.
 

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