conjugate

Suppose u(t) = sin(t). What is u*(t) (conjugate of u(t) )? Thanks.
Regard,
Boen S. Liong

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On Fri, 03 Aug 2007 09:27:39 -0700, Boen S. Liong wrote:

The complex conjugate of a number says that if x = a + jb, then x* = a - jb.
So find a and b for x = sin(t) = a + jb, then u*(t) = a - jb.
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