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Complex Plot

  • To: mathgroup at yoda.physics.unc.edu
  • Subject: Complex Plot
  • From: "Miguel Martin-Delgado" <martind at puhep1.princeton.edu>
  • Date: Mon, 9 Nov 92 11:04:30 EST

   Hi mathgroupers!
  
   Does anybody know how to make a 2-dimensional plot of the equation

    (1+z^2)^2 + 2*z*(1-z)*r = 0 ?


  where z is a complex variable and r is a real variable in the interval
[-2,2].

    I would like to plot the solutions of the zeroes in the z variable
in the complex plane. I konw it is a closed curve and I'd like to get
its picture.


  Thanks in advance.


   Miguel A. Martin-Delgado
  
   martind at puhep1.princeton.edu
   Physics Department
   Princeton University







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