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A function of the complex variable $z= x+iy$, is given as $f(x,y) =u(x,y) +iv(x,y)$ , where $u(x,y) = 2kxy$ and $ v(x,y) =x^2 −y^2$. The value of $k$, for which the function is analytic, is _____
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