When trying to solve one problem (my own, not an exercise), I encountered the need for a conformal mapping between a square [0,1]^2 and a triangle (0,0)-(1,1)-(2,0), so that the side (0,0)-(0,1) of the square gets mapped into a point (0,0), and the three other sides become the sides of the triangle.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

I have no clue how to construct such mapping, or if there exists general techniques for it or already known solution. I barely now the definition of the conformal mapping. Any hints appreciated, if somebody happens to something about this business.

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# One conformal mapping

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