How do you graph imaginary numbers?

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How do you graph imaginary numbers?

Graphs of Imaginary Numbers:

Imaginary numbers are numbers of the form a + bi, where a and b are real numbers, i is the imaginary number such that i2 = -1, a is called the real part of the number, and bi is called the imaginary part of the number. We can graph an imaginary number using points on a special graph with a real and imaginary axis.

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We can graph imaginary numbers on a graph with a real and imaginary axis. On this graph, we let the horizontal axis be the real axis, and we let the...

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