Monday, January 2, 2012

problem of splitting into real and imaginary parts

if u+iv = (x +iy) ^3 , show that (u/x) + (v/y) = 4( x² -y² )

first expand (x +iy) ^3 using binomial expansion or identity and then split into real and imaginary parts then manipulate

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