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complex plane

[¦käm‚pleks ′plān]
(mathematics)
A plane whose points are assigned the real and imaginary parts of complex numbers for coordinates.
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A pair of asymmetric rotating flow structure is captured in Y-plane and also two rotating flow structures exist in Z-plane.
maps the z-plane onto the upper half t-plane and then transformation
The lift of the Z-Plane hull got us out of the hole quickly, on plane in 3.
Making sure that the sample itself is not moved, one records a series of images, each with a different focus in the Z-plane.
1](a, b; c; z) has a branch cut discontinuity in the complex z-plane running from 0 to [infinity].
2)]] which transforms the circle [absolute value of ([xi])]= 1 in the Z-plane onto a finite crack of length 2a along the real axis in the z-plane.
The Z-plane is a point located approximately 4 1/2 inches behind where the vehicle seat bottom cushion meets the seat back.
The simulated and measured normalized LHCP and RHCP radiation patterns in the XZ-plane and Y Z-plane for frequency of 5.
Stingray is all about delivering performance with less power with its patented Z-Plane hull, and the 208LR is no exception.
The coefficient of thermal expansion for 0[degrees] to 100[degrees]C in the X- and Y- planes is nine and 12, respectively, and 70 in the Z-plane.