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1. The argument is sometimes also known as the phase or, more rarely and more confusingly, the amplitude (Derbyshire 2004, pp. 180-181 and 376). The complex argument of a number is implemented in the Wolfram Language as Arg[z]. The complex argument can be computed a
2. Mathematical function, suitable for both symbolic and numerical manipulation. Arg [ z] is left unevaluated if z is not a numeric quantity. Arg [ z] gives the phase angle of z in radians. The result from Arg [ z] is always between and . Arg [ z] has a branch cut discontinuity in the complex z plane running from to 0
3. Continuity of the argument of a complex number. The argument of the complex number x − i (real x) can be found using angle ( x ,-1) in Wolfram Alpha. I asked WA if angle ( x ,-1) is a continuous at x = 0 it replied YES and drew a graph showing a discontinuity at zero
4. In the Wolfram Language a variable can not only stand for a value, but can also be used purely symbolically. And building on the Wolfram Language's powerful pattern language, functions can be defined not just to take arguments, but to transform a pattern with any structure. x = — set a variable. f [ x _]:= — define a function that takes any.
5. Enter Ranges and Options for Functions. The main expression or object that a built-in Wolfram Language function acts on is given as the first argument to the function. As part of the syntax, a built-in Wolfram Language function can take more arguments, which may be required or may be generalizations or extensions of the function
6. Get a Wolfram|Alpha result in the same format as it would appear in Wolfram|Alpha: Copy to clipboard. In :=. 1. . Direct link to example. Out =. 1. Get an image of a result in Wolfram|Alpha format by giving Image as a second argument
7. Wolfram|Alpha Widgets: Structure of Complex Number - Free Mathematics Widget