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when im solving quantum problem, i see an equation like e^(-kx) e^(icx) i is imaginary. how can i take the integral and derivative of this function

2. Relevant equations

e^ix ) cosx + isinx

3. The attempt at a solution

actually i tried e^x(-k+ic) and i said the derivative is just (-k+ic)* e^x(-k+ic) :)

please help and teach me!

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# Homework Help: Taking imaginary integral and derivative

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