Can we compute the Logarithm and Antilogarithm of complex numbers?
Answer Hi Prashant,
Yes we can, although there are infinitely many solutions to a complex logarithm, all separated by integer multiples of 2πi. We must therefore be sure to define our logarithm properly (e.g. by specifying a branch cut). Having done so, many of the logarithm rules on the real numbers still apply.
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