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Topic: Is this a valid relation?
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Re: Is this a valid relation?
Posted: Jul 8, 2013 2:46 PM
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"G. A. Edgar" schrieb:
>
> In article <b3r46iFin8vU1@mid.individual.net>, Axel Vogt
> <&noreply@axelvogt.de> wrote:

> >
> > But: what do you expect as re-formulation of the r h s ?

>
> The repaired version is
> SQRT(u - #i*v)*(u + #i*v + #i*SQRT(u^2 + v^2)) =
> SQRT(u + #i*v)*(SQRT(u^2 + v^2) + v + #i*u)
>


For u = 1+#i, v = 1-2*#i the new version becomes:

- 2 - SQRT(2*SQRT(13) - 6)/2 + #i*(3 + SQRT(2*SQRT(13) + 6)/2)
= 2 + SQRT(2*SQRT(13) - 6)/2 - #i*(3 + SQRT(2*SQRT(13) + 6)/2)

or

-2.550250522 + 4.817354021*#i = 2.550250522 - 4.817354021*#i

But this failure is one of sign only.

Martin.



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