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<![CDATA[[RESOLVED] using exponencial calculation]]>
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Sun, 12 Feb 2017 21:03:25 GMTsee these calculation:
base exponencial = result
2 ^0 = 1
2 ^1 = 2
2 ^2 = 4
2 ^3 = 8
2 ^4 = 16
B = 2
E = exponencial
R = result
knowing the R, how can i calculate the E?see these calculation:

knowing the R, how can i calculate the E?
]]>Maths Forumjoaquimhttp://www.vbforums.com/showthread.php?843217-RESOLVED-using-exponencial-calculationI have a question about complex numbers
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Fri, 10 Feb 2017 06:03:23 GMTI'm wanting to implement a Z Transform, and this calls for summation of an infinite series of complex numbers, where each term in the series is defined as:
f[n]*z^(-n), where n is any real-valued integer (not a complex integer). Of course z
f[n] is any function of n.

In order to calculate the Z Transform, I'm first going to need to know how to do one important operation, raising a complex to a power. If that complex number has only a real component, or only an imaginary component, then it's pretty simple. However, in general, a complex number is going to contain both a real and an imaginary component.
In such a general case where z = x + i*y, what is the formula for raising that complex number to an integer power (either positive or negative integer)?
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