I'm really unsure how to go about graphing a complex function. Like, f(z) = z^2, where z = x+iy.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

This ISN'T a homework problem, but I'm studying for an exam and that's an example in a book I'm reading and it says "the image of this function" and goes on explaining some things relevant to the drawing, but there doesn't seem to be a systematic way to go about doing this.

Thanks.

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# Graphing complex functions(the image)

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