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The plane on which imaginary (and complex) numbers are plotted is called an Argand Diagram or the Complex Plane.
In figure 1, The Argand diagram represents the complex numbers lying on a plane.
These points of intersection are, of course, none other than the three points plotted in the Argand diagram in Figure 1.
Plot the corresponding points in the Argand diagram, and join the pairs of successive points to form a "spiral".
With the Argand diagram we now have a way of picturing i, but what is i?