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Is there a general binding convention for distinguishing i.a. log/Log, arcsin/Arcsin in complex equations?
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Re: Is there a general binding convention for distinguishing i.a. log/Log, arcsin/Arcsin in complex equations?
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May 15, 2017 12:19 PM


"Bill" wrote in news:ofb36a01sc9@news6.newsguy.com... >> what is meant by expressions like ln, arcsin, ^(1/n), a^ in equations of >> complex unknowns if no further information about this is given? Are this >> only the principal branches, or are the whole elementary complex >> "functions" (Multifunctions) meant? > The resolution should be clear from the context, unless stated to the > contrary. Do you surely know that there is no general convention?



