Complex Variables Demysti ed in Java
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1 Prove that cos( x + iy) = cos x cos iy sin x sin iy 2 If f ( x ) = e x, then f can never be negative Is the same true of e z 3 Find a compact expression for e2+3 i 4 Find an identity for 1 + tan 2 z by using Eq (412) 5 Find an identity for tan( z + w) 6 Are the inverse trig functions multivalued This page intentionally left blank
Sequences and Series
It is common practice and often a necessity to represent a function of a real variable using an in nite series expansion It turns out that this is also true when working with complex functions As we will see, there are some new concepts involved when working with complex functions We begin by considering sequences Sequences
Consider the positive integers n = 1, 2, 3, and consider a function on the positive integers, which we denote by f (n) We call such a function a sequence The output of the function is a number: f (n) = an So a sequence is an ordered set of numbers a1 , a2 , a3 , and we refer to an as the nth term in the sequence Sequences can also be indicated using curly braces, so we can write { f (n)} or {an }

