Hi, I have the following complex ODE:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

aY'' + ibY' = 0

and thought that it could be written as:

[a, ib; -1, 1]

Then the determinant of this matrix would give the form

a + ib = 0

Is this correct and logically sound?

Thanks!

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# I Convert complex ODE to matrix form

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