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Total set of complex number is in a hemisphere?
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PostPosted: Mon Jul 10, 2006 12:27 pm    Post subject: Total set of complex number is in a hemisphere? Reply with quote

First, Suppose a circle which is consist of half of original one. and
you point a laser beam from the center of the circle through
-pi/2<theta<pi/2. As the beam approaches |pi/2|, the 'point' that the
light reaches is go the 'infinite'. In this sense you can match all the
numbers in the real line in a circumference of small half circle. Also
you can make the half one a near-point circle. In this reasoning,
Everything is a nothing..?!
Anyway from this, you can make whole complex number nothing?

plz, Maybe perfectly there is nonsense or misunderstanding I think.
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