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1750: Argument of a Complex Number
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They're not out of line here. Well, maybe above the line.

That's one problem with Algebra: there's always a lot of arguments!

The mathematical definition of Argument of a Complex Number is left as an exercise for the reader. But it's 3π/4 in this example.

It wasn't my intention to take a week off. It just worked out that way between life and the heat. Likewise, I considered doing something special for Comic #1750 (if I haven't started misnumbering again), but I settled for not doing a "mini" or a "quickie".

Final note: some of you might remember Negative Kitt from the other universe that was Through a Window, Darkly.

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