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    Complex Variables
    Existence of a Function

    Show that the derivative of the following function does not exists at any point
    f(z) = 2x + ixy^2

    Note that I and j are used and they represent the same imaginary quantity ( - 1)^(1/2).

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    Show that the derivative of the following function does not exists at any point
    f(z) = 2x + ixy^2

    Note that I and j are used and they represent the same imaginary quantity ( - 1)^(1/2).

    Solution contains detailed step-by-step explanation.

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