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How to find region of complex zplane on complex wplane
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How can plot a region in domain (input zplane) of complex function to range(output wplane). As in attached. I need to draw different region in zplane like circular disk, rectangular disk, and any curve region / arbitrary region and plot this region in wplane under some complex function.
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If I understand your question correctly, you want a function with a complex domain and real range (eg. f(x) = imaginary(sqrt(x)) to be plotted on the XYZ space (f(x+yi)=z).
For this, you want to use the surface command:
Thanks @gregory for your reply . Pls see attached in question. As in the case of circle in graphics1 i can use locus of points in graphics2 under some complex function, So i can drag and see the effect of circle . I want this same in terms of selecting a region.Like i draw a disk in 2D zplane Graphics1 and by dragging i can see the effect of complete region of disk under transformation of some complex function in 2D wPlane Graphics. Same as in attached i am doing with circle and line. I want to do the same by selecting the region enclosed. Pls give me the solution for this problem.
You can drag a circle in attached and see the effect. The same effect i want to see with region enclosed example disk i made .
Hi, I understand your question now. I am sorry, but I do not know how to do that.
I will keep on trying and will tell you if I have a breakthrough.
Ok, it seems like it is not possible yet, however, I have found a thread recommending the same thing: https://help.geogebra.org/t...
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