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Find (1 − [itex]\sqrt{3}[/itex] i)

^{1−i }and P((1 − [itex]\sqrt{3}[/itex] i)

^{1−i}).

I don't know what does the P stand for, And i can't find it in the textbook either.

Thanks

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Find (1 − [itex]\sqrt{3}[/itex] i)

I don't know what does the P stand for, And i can't find it in the textbook either.

Thanks

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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.

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I like Serena said:

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?

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sure!

btw, thanks for helping me for the homework question b4

btw, thanks for helping me for the homework question b4

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P ((1 −√3i)1−i) = e^{(1−i)Log(1−√3i)}

= e^{(1−i)(ln 2− ∏/3 i)}

= e^{ln 2−∏/3} e^{−(ln 2+∏/3)i}

= e

= e

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Funny.

This is just the evaluation of the expression.

Without P() it would say exactly the same.

This is just the evaluation of the expression.

Without P() it would say exactly the same.

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