# Argand diagram

- /ˈagænd ˌdaɪəgræm/ (
*say*'ahgand .duyuhgram)*noun**Mathematics***1.**a plane geometrical representation of the complex number z=x+iy, the point having rectangular coordinates (x, y).**2.**a graph or figure obtained by the above method expressing some given relationship between complex numbers.

{named after Jean Robert*Argand*, 1768–1822, French mathematician}

*Australian English dictionary.
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