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[2014] sqrt boundary
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Is sexp(z) bounded for

z = x + (sqrt(x) +sin(y)) i for any real x,y > 0 ?

I assume due to pseudoperiodicity that the answer is no.
But it seems to require more thought.

Of course also the question " which sexp " is relevant and like often we could consider uniqueness though I doubt that it is such a criterion.

regards

tommy1729
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