Complex numbers are frequently used in mathematical phenomenons in calculations. So Matlab® has expression standards for the complex number. In this article we will explain;
- How to use complex numbers in Matlab®?
- What are the complex numbers’ commands in Matlab®?
How To Use Complex Numbers In Matlab®?
>> a = 6+8i b=abs(a) c=real(a) d=imag(a) f=angle(a) a = 6.0000 + 8.0000i b = 10 c = 6 d = 8 f = 0.9273 >>
As you can see above, the expression of complex numbers in Matlab® is very basic. You need to type the complex number as shown above in Matlab®. The imaginary value is typed as ‘i’ as you see.
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There are a bunch of functions about complex numbers in Matlab®;
- abs(): This command indexes the absolute value of the complex number that typed inside it as shown by green arrows above.
- real(): This command indexes the real side of a complex number that typed inside this command as shown in Matlab®.
- imag(): You can index the imaginary side of a complex number in Matlab® by typing the complex number inside it as shown above.
- angle(): You know that every complex number can be displayed in the cylindrical coordinate system. In a cylindrical coordinate system, every point has a place and angle values. With this command, you can index the angle value of a complex number in cylindrical coordinates in Matlab® as shown above.
- conj(): Indexing the conjugate value of a complex number that typed inside this command in Matlab®.
As you know that you can use the indexed values in other calculations or codes in Matlab®, you can also use these indexed complex number values in further calculations or codes in Matlab®.
The general logic about complex numbers in Matlab® can be stated basically like that. If you wish much more complex example about complex numbers and their functions in Matlab®, we can publish one.
This article is prepared for completely educative and informative purposes. Images used courtesy of Matlab®
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