Graphical representation of a real valued function in the interval where it gives imaginary value
We are introduced to the graph of a real valued function . But when values of are imaginary numbers at some points of real axis, we have no graphical representation of the function at those points. This article demonstrates a model where we construct a 3D graph of the function at those points where values of the function are imaginary numbers.
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