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real part

[′rēl ¦pärt]
(mathematics)
The real part of a complex number z = x + iy is the real number x.
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A complex number is a complex (a blend, hybrid or composite) of a real part represented by a real number and an imaginary part also represented by a real number, in the form a + bi, (or sometimes x + yi), where a is the real part and b is the imaginary part.
It is great to bring RWC 2015 and Japan to Warwick and we hope to make the community feel a real part of the tournament.
Our other care homes West Yorkshire have become a real part of the community where families drop in for a cup of tea in our cafe, attend courses on dementia and other topics and take an active part in care planning for their relatives, and we plan to do the same with Oak Park.
Only by de-fragmenting into a joint power base for the region do we have any chance of being included as a real part of this powerhouse.
What is available to download and see is simply horrific and it played a real part in the way this murder was carried out.
In Figure 2, the real part of the refractive index is shown.
He's a real part of our attacking threat as well with his ability to join in high up the field.
Still, the most real part of this novel is Isadora's sense of internal conflict over her relationships--both with the parents she believes are indifferent to her and the romantic interest she resists because she cannot trust in love.
My cats Simba and Kovu are a real part of the family and we wouldn't be without them, but not all pets are so lucky.
The highest value of real part of refractive index was found in April 2010 probably due to dominance of dust particles having highly scattering nature.
The real part of the index of refraction, and the diameter were set to the values characteristic of polystyrene microspheres obtained in previous scattering analysis.
7], H/m-is the magnetic permeability of the secondary element; Re-is the real part of the complex number.