imaginary part


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imaginary part

[ə′maj·ə‚ner·ē ‚pärt]
(mathematics)
For a complex number x + iy the imaginary part is the real number y.
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The real parts ([mu]') of permeability represent the storage capability, which accounts for the ability of the system to store magnetic energy, and the imaginary parts ([mu]") of permeability symbolize the loss of magnetic energy.
This rotation of 90[degrees] counter clockwise about the origin of a complex number comprising of a real and imaginary part occurs no matter where on the Argand diagram the complex number is, i.
In Figure 6 is shown the M ([omega]) imaginary part of the modulus for a system formed by Ti[O.
After all roots in effective resonance region have been found, the damped critical speeds can be obtained since they are the imaginary parts of these roots.
The right versor which transforms the scalar in a null one and makes all the vectors in imaginary part being -1.
9] m; the imaginary part has similar dimensions but its orientation is rotated about polar axis z by [pi]/8 rad.
For any non-zero real number a, the sequence [MATHEMATICAL EXPRESSION NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] running over the imaginary parts of the a-points of [[zeta].
j] are the real part and imaginary part of the jth eigenvalue respectively.
The real and imaginary parts of dielectric constant, dissipation factor and A.
26%, respectively, the real and imaginary parts; for the real and imaginary part of [[mu].
In fact, in accordance with the imaginary part of the effective action (1), the unpredictable impulses received by the particle are given by
He shows that the measure is the product of the squared modulus of a holomorphic function with the determinant of the imaginary part of the period matrix to the power of 13.