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Dylan T. Murray
01/02/04 11:43pm

I am trying to integrate (definite limits) the complex conjugate of a function multiplied by the function after a differential operator has operated on the function. Mathematica 4.2 simply spits the integral back at me with the word Conjugate[function] written where the complex conjugate should be without integrating it! Is ther e some method to using complex conjugates in Mathematica I am not aware of? I am trying to apply the complex conjugate function to e^I*Phi, where Phi is a variable of integration. I could type in the complex conjugate of the function, but what would be the point of using Mathematica then?? Thanks for any help I get.

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