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Complex logarithm

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  1. the extension of the natural logarithm function ln(x) - originally defined for real numbers only - into the complex plane

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  2. From the viewpoint of analysis, the most natural way to define log(z) is by the method of analytic continuation, from the positive real number line (where log(x) = ln(x)) into the complex plane

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  3. a term from complex analysis

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  4. The natural logarithm can be defined for all non-zero complex numbers z

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  5. usually denoted log(z), in line with the notational conventions of complex analysis, where the variable z is commonly used to denote a complex variable, just as x customarily stands for a real variable

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