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Complex Plane

» Real line extended to complex plane

→ Argand Plane

» Complex plane for `a+ib`

→ real part `a` on real-axis or real-line

→ imaginary part `b` on imaginary-axis

→ coordinate equivalent `(a,b)`

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A complex plane or Argand plane is a 2D plane with complex numbers assigned as points in the plane.

The axes in complex plane are real axis and imaginary axis.

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Complex number `a+i b` is equivalently an ordered pair `(a,b)` which can be abstracted to represent a 2D plane called Argand Plane or Complex Plane.

Starting on learning "Complex or Argand Plane". ;; Complex number a+i b is equivalently an ordered pair; a,b ; which can be abstracted to represent a 2D plane, called Argand Plane, or, complex plane.

Consider the plane with `x`-axis and `y`-axis, where a ordered pair of `(a,b)` is represented with a point on the plane. What is this plane called?

- 2D Cartesian Plane
- No such plane is defined

The answer is '2D Cartesian Plane'.

The complex number representation is simplified to the form `a+i b`. Can this be considered as a ordered pair?

- No, as `a+i b` has imaginary part.
- Yes, as the numbers `a,b` are real numbers.

The answer is 'Yes, as the numbers `a,b` are real numbers.'

Similarity between points in 2D Cartesian plane and the complex numbers leads to definition of * Complex plane*. The complex plane is also called *Argand plane* named after the French Mathematician J R Argand.

A Complex number `a+i b` is represented on complex plane as shown in the figure. What is the axis on which real part `a` is shown as displacement on that axis?

- imaginary axis
- real axis
- complex axis

The answer is 'real axis'

A Complex number `a+i b` is represented on complex plane as shown in the figure. What is the axis on which imaginary part `b` is shown as displacement on that axis?

- imaginary axis
- real axis
- complex axis

The answer is 'imaginary axis'

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**Complex Plane or Argand Plane: **A 2D plane in which a complex number `a+i b in CC` is assigned to a point `(a, b)` as displacements along two axes of the plane.

** Real and Imaginary Axes: ** In the complex plane, the axis on which real part of complex numbers are mapped is called the real axis and the other axis on which the imaginary part of complex numbers are mapped is called the imaginary axis.

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Exercise

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Exercise

What is the point corresponding to the complex number `-2+i6` on the Argand plane?

- `(-2,6)`
- `sqrt(2^2+6^2)`

The answer is '`(-2,6)`'

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Consider the plane with x -axis and y -axis, where a ordered pair of (a,b) is represented with a point on the plane. What is this plane called?

Cartesian;2;d

2D Cartesian Plane

no;such;defined

No such plane is defined

The answer is '2D Cartesian Plane'.

The complex number representation is simplified to the form a+i b . Can this be considered as a ordered pair?

no;not;imaginary;part

No, as a+i b has imaginary part.

yes;real

Yes, as the numbers a,b are real numbers.

The answer is 'Yes, as the numbers a,b are real numbers.'

Similarity between, points in 2D Cartesian plane, and the complex numbers, leads to definition of Complex plane. ;; The complex plane is also called Argand plane named after the French Mathematician J R Argand.

A complex plane or Argand plane is a 2D plane, with, complex numbers assigned as points in the plane.

Complex Plane or Argand Plane: A 2D plane in which a complex number a+i b, in set of complex numbers, is assigned to a point (a, b) as displacements along two axes of the plane.

A Complex number a+i b is represented on complex plane as shown in the figure. What is the axis on which real part a is shown as displacement on that axis?

imaginary

imaginary axis

real

real axis

complex

complex axis

The answer is 'real axis'

A Complex number a+i b is represented on complex plane as shown in the figure. What is the axis on which imaginary part b is shown as displacement on that axis?

imaginary

imaginary axis

real

real axis

complex

complex axis

The answer is 'imaginary axis'

The axes in complex plane are real axis and imaginary axis.

Real and Imaginary Axes: In the complex plane, the axis on which real part of complex numbers are mapped, is called the real axis ;; and the other axis on which the imaginary part of complex numbers are mapped, is called the imaginary axis.

What is the point corresponding to the complex number minus 2+i6 on the Argand plane?

2 6;minus

minus 2 six

square;root;plus;squared

square root 2 squared plus six squared

The answer is "minus 2 6".