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Query regarding Linear Transformation…

As we always read in Complex Analysis, Linear Transformation (L.T.) is a combination of Translation, Rotation and Magnification i.e. $T(z)=az+b$ is a L.T. in complex. However, It doesn't satisfy the ...
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Question on transformations in the complex plane

In the image (part (b)), Since $z < |3|$ before the transformation, does that simply imply that the region to be shaded after the transformation is definitely the inside of the circle and not it's ...
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Complex Transformation

$z_1 = 1 + i$ and $z_2 = -1 + i$ I am told: $w = \dfrac{az + b}{z + d}$ where $z \not= -d$ Where a, b and d are complex numbers, maps the complex number $z$ onto the complex number $w$. Given that ...
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How do I find transformation matrix with respect to standard basis?

I know that in order to find transformation matrix with respect to a basis, I need to apply the transformation to said basis and the result is the column of the transformation matrix. But what ...
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Complex Numbers and Transformations

If a transformation t acts by rotating every point of the plane around the origin by $\pi/5$ clockwise and then proceeds to translate it by vector $v$ = $(1,2)$. How do I describe this ...
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Inversion of Circles

I'm studying for my exam and one of the questions I am stuck on is: Show that under inversion in the unit circle a circle with centre C and radius r inverts into a circle centre ...
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Geometry of Complex Numbers

Write down in the form ${Z}\rightarrow{AZ+B}$ the following transformations of the complex plane: (a) translation in the direction $(2,-3)$ (b) rotation about (0,1) through $\pi/4$ I know from my ...
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Put a transformation under the form of a rotation in the complex plane

On the complex plane, I have a transformation "T" such that : $z' = (m+i)z + m - 1 - i$ ($z'$ is the image and $z$ the preimage, $z$ and $z'$ are both complex number) and $m$ is a real number. ...
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What is the relation between complex numbers and transformation matrices?

I read addition and multiplication with complex numbers can be represented as translation and rotation in a 2D plane. I am using this to move around objects on the screen. I have an offset number, ...
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Hyperbolic Universal Covering Space

I have been working with Ricci flow in the euclidean and hyperbolic space but have been having considerable trouble determining how to generate a universal covering space for complex hyperbolic ...