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  Complex number - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
C can also be defined as the topological closure of the algebraic numbers or as the algebraic closure of R, both of which are described below.
A complex number can be viewed as a point or a position vector on a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system called the complex plane or Argand diagram (named after Jean-Robert Argand).
The root locus, Nyquist plot, and Nichols plot techniques all make use of the complex plane.
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Todays electronics engineers enjoy the ability to design circuits using premanufactured building blocks such as power supplies, resistors, capacitors, semiconductors such as transistors, and integrated circuits.
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Audio effects explained a series of original articles that explains how effects work, what the common effects parameters do, some of the implementation issues, and also include sound examples to demonstrate how those parameters alter the sound
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