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Slimy0233

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- Ways to represent a point which are not in the form (x,y)

Snapshot of Mary L. Boas' Mathematical Physics book

*So, the marked lines say `If we think of P as the point z = x +iy in the complex plane, we could replace (2.3) by a single equation to describe the motion of P`***But, until now I have only learned of representing points in the form (x,y), now I wonder how I can represent a point on any plane (trying not to say "imaginary" here) using***z = x + iy*

PS: Please forgive me if I read the information wrong.PS: Please forgive me if I read the information wrong.