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13) Geometrically, z is the point (x, −y), obtained by reflecting z = (x, y) in the real axis as shown in Fig. 2. 21) provided z = 0. 3 The circle of radius 1 with its center at z = 1, x 2 + y2 − 2x = 0, can be expressed in terms of conjugate coordinates as zz − z − z = 0 where the identities zz = x 2 + y2 and x = (z + z)/2 are used. 4 The general equation for a circle or line in the xy plane is given by a(x 2 + y2 ) + bx + cy + d = 0 where a, b, c, and d are real constants, and a = 0 for a circle and a = 0 for a line.

12 Let us find all cube roots of 8i = 8(cos π/2 + i sin π/2). From Eq. 43, it follows that (8i)1/3 = √ 3 π/2 + 2kπ π/2 + 2kπ + i sin 8 cos 3 3 √ where √ k = 0, 1, 2. The principal cube root is 3 + i and the other two roots are − 3 + i and −2i, as shown in Fig. 8. Knowing that a particular cube root of 8i is α = −2i and 2π 2π + i sin ω = cos 3 3 √ 1 3 i =− + 2 2 it follows from Eq. 46 that the other two roots are √ √ 1 3 αω = −2i − + i = 3+i 2 2 Fig. 8 The point z √ = 8i and √ three cube roots: 3 + i, − 3 + i, and −2i y 8i 5π/6 π/6 x 3π/2 32 and 2 Complex Potential and Differentiation √ 3 1 i αω = −2i − + 2 2 2 2 √ =− 3+i which, of course, are consistent with the solutions from Eq.

An ε neighborhood of a point w0 is the set of all points w such that |w − w0 | < ε where ε is any given positive number. 3 A deleted δ neighborhood of z is a neighborhood of z in which the point z is omitted: 0 < 0 0 0 |z − z0 | < δ. 2 36 2 Complex Potential and Differentiation (a) y (b) v ε δ w0 z0 x u Fig. 10 Limit w0 . a Deleted δ neighborhood in the z plane. b ε neighborhood in the w plane Because Eq. 58 applies to all points in the deleted neighborhood, the symbol z → z0 in Eq. 57 implies that z may approach z0 from any direction in the complex plane.