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is (4)1/2 a real function?



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swissgirl
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hmmm this is isnt a function since you r missing the x and y's its just a plain value

Outkast3r09
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and it's not a real value as it's complex

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\[\sqrt{4}\]

swissgirl
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ohh i thought it was \( 4* {1 \over 2 } \)

swissgirl
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whoops \( 4* \large {1 \over 2} \)

swissgirl
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@Susansamir is this the exact question?

swissgirl
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Wait how did my responses go out of order

Susansamir
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thanks guys i got it

swissgirl
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and now that i refreshed its back in order soo strange

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yes, an exponential function, (4)1/2=2

UnkleRhaukus
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\[f(z)=(4)^{1/2}\]\[\qquad=\sqrt{4}\]\[\qquad=2i\]
the function \(f(z)\) has no real component