The representation of a complex number as a point in the complex plane is known as an Argand diagram.
Eric W. Weisstein
THINGS TO TRY
Specify a complex number in terms of its modulus
by moving the sliders. The coordinates of the point
is the real part and
is the imaginary part) are shown.
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