# How do you plot an Argand diagram?

Space and AstronomyAn Argand Diagram is a plot of complex numbers as points. The complex number z = x + yi is plotted as the point (x, y), where the real part is plotted in the horizontal axis and the imaginary part is plotted in the vertical axis.

## How do you graph an Argand diagram?

The vertical axis represents imaginary rumbers. The axes cross at zero, again just like in a cartesian graph. To plot 3+2i on an Argand diagram, you **plot the point where the value on the real axis reads 3 and the value on the imaginary axis reads 2i.** **Then, extend a line from 0 to the point you just plotted**.

## How does an Argand diagram work?

The Argand Diagram

An Argand diagram has a horizontal axis, referred to as the real axis, and a vertical axis, referred to as the imaginary axis. A complex number z=a+bi z = a + b i is plotted at coordinates (a,b) , as a is the real part of the complex number, and b the imaginary part.

## How do you plot complex numbers?

To plot a complex number, we **use two number lines, crossed to form the complex plane**. The horizontal axis is the real axis, and the vertical axis is the imaginary axis. Complex numbers can be added and subtracted by combining the real parts and combining the imaginary parts.

## What is Argand diagram in math?

An Argand diagram is **a plot of complex numbers as points**. **in the complex plane using the x-axis as the real axis and y-axis as the imaginary axis**. In the plot above, the dashed circle represents the complex modulus of and the angle. represents its complex argument.

## How do you get Argand?

Video quote: *I have done a tutorial on the Argand diagram. So you should know the real component. Goes along the horizontal axis the imaginary component.*

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