Sounds right to me. Multiplication by i is a counter-clockwise rotation by , if that helps your understanding.
Find the image of the region 0<x<1 under the transformation .
Attempt: I write z=a+ib where 0<a<1 and b can be any real number. So the transformation takes these z and output i(a+ib)=-b+ia.
On the complex plane that makes an infinite horizontal region bounded above by i and below by 0?
While the original graph would be an infinite vertical region bounded on the right by 1 and on the left by 0.
Am I right? I'm quite rusty, I'm trying to end my vacations by starting maths back.
Thanks for any insight.