Hi, I am solving a second order ODE. the result I got is an exponential to the power of a real and an imaginary part, both of them inside a square root. I need to brake this result into an imaginary and a real part because in this particular case just the imaginary part of the solution is my solution. My question is How can a brake exp (square root of (4+i))?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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gomez

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# Complex exponential (properties)

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