```Question 459434
Plotting Complex Numbers

Complex numbers may easily be plotted in the complex plane. Pure imaginaries are plotted along the {{{vertical}}} axis, the axis of imaginaries, and real numbers are plotted along the {{{horizontal axis}}}, the axis of reals.

It follows that other points in the complex plane must represent numbers that are part real and part imaginary; in other words, complex numbers.

If we wish to plot the point -6-4i, we note that the number is made up of the real number -6 and the imaginary number -4i.

----------------------vertical axis
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.........................................4i|............
.........................................3i|.............
.........................................2i|....................
.....-6..-5..-4..-3..-2..-1..0-------------------horizontal axis
.........................................-i|..............
.......................................-2i|................
.......................................-3i|..............
...........(-6,-4i).................-4i|............
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