So, another thought popped into my head today. This thought also involving complex numbers.
So we know what putting a complex number to another complex number is, but what about the opposite? What about complex logarithms?
So how do we go about solving this one?
Well first let's change the base to , we'll keep the complex numbers as they are for now.
Now we'll convert the complex numbers into a different form.
Then using the rules of logarithms we'll simplify.
Now we need to multiply the top and bottom halves by in order to make the bottom of the fraction a real number rather than a complex one.
And now the messy bit, substitution.
So that's that, not as difficult as calculating this but still pretty tedious.
Hope you enjoyed the note.