Unformatted text preview: states, and the same happens when we increase the width . Rewriting slightly we find that the governing parameter is , so that a factor of two change in is the same as a factor four change in . If we put the two sets of solutions on top of one another we see that after every even solution we get an odd solution, and vice versa. There is always at least one solution (the lowest even one), but the first odd solution only occurs when...
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 Fall '10
 DavidJudd
 Physics, Complex number, Nth root, good reasons, odd solution

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