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Jacobian of the Transformation

amr21

New member
Apr 28, 2016
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I need to find the Jacobian of the transformation \(\displaystyle w=f(z)=\sqrt{2}e^{ipi/4}+(1-2i)\). I have differentiated w wrt z but am unsure where to continue from here. The videos I've found online seem to be dealing with 2 separate equations.
 

Opalg

MHB Oldtimer
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Feb 7, 2012
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Leeds, UK
I need to find the Jacobian of the transformation \(\displaystyle w=f(z)=\sqrt{2}e^{ipi/4}+(1-2i)\). I have differentiated w wrt z but am unsure where to continue from here. The videos I've found online seem to be dealing with 2 separate equations.
Can you check that formula again? It looks as though $w$ is equal to the constant $\sqrt{2}e^{i\pi/4}+(1-2i)$.