Hi, I'm trying to plot a function like (2/3)Z + 1/(3Z^2), where Z is complex.

I understand the basic idea of Z^2 = (x+iy)*(x+iy)= x^2+ 2xyi - y^2 is represented as x^2 - y^2 in the real direction, and 2xy in the imaginary direction.

For the function I'm concerned with, however, there does not seem to be a way to break it into real and complex directions.

Please let me know if there needs to be further clarification.

Thank you!