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**What is an Argand Diagram?**

An 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.

The following diagram shows how complex numbers can be plotted on an Argand Diagram. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

FP1 Complex Numbers (Edexcel Further Pure Maths) -

Argand Diagram Plotting

How to Represent Numbers on an Argand Diagram?
Basic complex analysis | Imaginary and complex numbers

Argand Diagram, magnitude, modulus, argument, exponential form

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More Lessons for A Level Maths

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Examples, solutions, videos, activities and worksheets that are suitable for A Level Maths.

An 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.

The following diagram shows how complex numbers can be plotted on an Argand Diagram. Scroll down the page for more examples and solutions.

FP1 Complex Numbers (Edexcel Further Pure Maths) -

Argand Diagram Plotting

Argand Diagram, magnitude, modulus, argument, exponential form

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