Very difficult complex no question

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very difficult complex no question plzzzz help

Hi Guys!
well! im facing problems in the following question:
IF
[tex]\tan{x+iy} = \alpha + i\beta[/tex]
prove that
[tex]\alpha^2 + \beta^2 = \frac{\cosh{(h^2)(y)}-(\cos{x}^2)}{\cosh{(h^2)(y)}-(\sin{x}^2)}[/tex]

what im not getting here is this that you have to prove that

[tex]\alpha^2 + \beta^2[/tex]

how to transform this question to give [tex]\alpha^2 + \beta^2[/tex]

now i can make it like

[tex]\alpha^2 - \beta^2[/tex]

but because of that i , im unable to transform it into

[tex]\alpha^2 + \beta^2[/tex]

plz help me. I have just one day remaining in my exams.

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Answers and Replies

  • #2
Tide
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HINT: [itex](\alpha + i \beta)(\alpha - i \beta) = \alpha^2 + \beta^2[/itex]
 
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Im still unable to solve this
im so near to the required answer but couldnt solve. Can you tell me if there is any special thing to keep in mind while solving this question.

Thanks in advance
 
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see if im correct here

Hi guys!

thanks for your help.

Well! i want to show you how much i have done this:

i have written this

[tex]\tan{(x+iy)}=\frac{\sin{(x+iy)}}{\cos{(x+iy)}}[/tex]

so when i solve this thing

im getting an answer like this

[tex]\tan{(x+iy)}=\frac{\sin{(x+iy)}}{\cos{(x+iy)}}= \frac{\sin{2x}+i\sinh{2y}}{\cos{2x}+\cosh{2y}}=\alpha + i\beta[/tex]


now according to Mr. Tide I should write

[itex](\alpha + i \beta)(\alpha - i \beta) = \alpha^2 + \beta^2[/itex]

it means that

[tex]\alpha - i\beta= \frac{\sin{2x}-i\sinh{2y}}{\cos{2x}+\cosh{2y}} [/tex]

and than i can do it like

[itex](\alpha + i \beta)(\alpha - i \beta) = \alpha^2 + \beta^2[/itex]

but im unable to solve from this point.

what should i do?

plz help me

i have just one day left now and on wednesday i have my exams.

Thanks in advance
 
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  • #5
finchie_88
Have you tried writing the same thing in terms of e's, that might work.
example:
[tex]cosh(x) = \frac{1}{2}(e^x + e^(-x))[/tex]
 
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Tide
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HINT: Multipley [itex]\tan (x+iy) \tan (x-iy)[/itex] and use [itex]\sin z = (e^{iz} - e^{-iz})/(2i)[/itex] and similarly for the cosine.
 
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hi shaikh
i think d q s of coll level
it includes circular and hyperbolic fncns
 
  • #8


see it nd tell if u need soln
 

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