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GeoGebra supports complex numbers, just enter e.g. <code>z = 2 + 3i</code>. Complex numbers just work like normal numbers most of the time and even some [[Pre-defined Functions and Operators|pre-defined functions]] work with complex arguments, try e.g. <code>cos(2 + i)</code>. Plotting complex functions is not possible however.
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GeoGebra supports [[Complex Numbers|complex numbers]], just enter e.g. <code>z = 2 + 3i</code>. Complex numbers just work like normal numbers most of the time and even some [[Predefined Functions and Operators|pre-defined functions]] work with complex arguments, try e.g. <code>cos(2 + i)</code>. Plotting complex functions is not possible however.

Latest revision as of 19:21, 26 October 2013

GeoGebra supports complex numbers, just enter e.g. z = 2 + 3i. Complex numbers just work like normal numbers most of the time and even some pre-defined functions work with complex arguments, try e.g. cos(2 + i). Plotting complex functions is not possible however.

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