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How are the sinh() zeros defined?

Unfortunately I don't understand the definitions found, google and wikipedia was searched,

any help would be appreciated

Thank you and best Regards

phioder

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How are the sinh() zeros defined?

Unfortunately I don't understand the definitions found, google and wikipedia was searched,

any help would be appreciated

Thank you and best Regards

phioder

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sinh(x), for real numbers, is defined as

[tex]\frac{e^x- e^{-x}}{2}[/tex]

The zeros are 'defined', of course, by

[tex]sinh(x)= \frac{e^x- e^{-x}}{2}= 0[/tex]

which is the same as saying e

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