The 2D graph of the complex function z=cos(theta)-isin(theta) is a circle centered at the origin. The direction of the graph is CLOCKWISE. WHY ?
Last edited by Jhevon; April 25th 2009 at 07:47 PM.
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Hello Mohit Originally Posted by Mohit The 2D graph of the complex function z=cos(theta)-isin(theta) is a circle centered at the origin. The direction of the graph is CLOCKWISE. WHY ? The reason is quite straightforward. represent a circle, centre O, in an anticlockwise direction. If we want a circle to go clockwise, we must replace by . Then we get the equation: Agreed? But and , so this becomes OK? Grandad
Last edited by mr fantastic; April 25th 2009 at 09:11 PM.
thx, i understand
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