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Hi I'm wondering if the z- (complex conjugate of z) goes to zero as z does? Also what is the derivative of z- with respect to z? Thanks

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Hi I'm wondering if the z- (complex conjugate of z) goes to zero as z does? Also what is the derivative of z- with respect to z? Thanks

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This is very important for me right now, so please if you know this, let me know... :)

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Do you know how to calculate complex limits by breaking them up into their real and imaginary parts? It makes looking at that limit very easy

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Thank you. Got it.

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[tex]

\lim_{z\to 0} \text{Log } z

[/tex]

is? (So we're talking about the principal logarithm here.)

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