okay, so this particular equation involves me writing conjugate of either sin or cos, but hows that possible considering they both are real in the given problem?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

maybe i should convert sin and cos into their exponential form first?

but then wt would be the conjugate of this expression-----> e^2j +e^(-2j)?

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# Conjugate of either sin or cos

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