# Complex numbers in N dimensions by Silviu Olariu

By Silviu Olariu

Specified structures of hypercomplex numbers in n dimensions are brought during this booklet, for which the multiplication is associative and commutative, and that are wealthy adequate in homes such that exponential and trigonometric varieties exist and the options of analytic n-complex functionality, contour integration and residue may be defined.

the 1st kind of hypercomplex numbers, referred to as polar hypercomplex numbers, is characterised through the presence in a good variety of dimensions better or equivalent to four of 2 polar axes, and via the presence in a strange variety of dimensions of 1 polar axis. the opposite kind of hypercomplex numbers exists as a different entity basically while the variety of dimensions n of the distance is even, and because the location of some extent is distinctive through n/2-1 planar angles, those numbers were referred to as planar hypercomplex numbers.

the advance of the idea that of analytic capabilities of hypercomplex variables used to be rendered attainable through the lifestyles of an exponential kind of the n-complex numbers. Azimuthal angles, that are cyclic variables, look in those kinds on the exponent, and result in the idea that of n-dimensional hypercomplex residue. Expressions are given for the simple capabilities of n-complex variable. specifically, the exponential functionality of an n-complex quantity is increased by way of capabilities referred to as during this booklet n-dimensional cosexponential capabilities of the polar and respectively planar kind, that are generalizations to n dimensions of the sine, cosine and exponential functions.

in relation to polar advanced numbers, a polynomial might be written as a made of linear or quadratic elements, even though it is fascinating that a number of factorizations are regularly attainable. when it comes to planar hypercomplex numbers, a polynomial can continually be written as a fabricated from linear elements, even though, back, a number of factorizations are commonly possible.

The booklet provides an in depth research of the hypercomplex numbers in 2, three and four dimensions, then offers the houses of hypercomplex numbers in five and six dimensions, and it maintains with an in depth research of polar and planar hypercomplex numbers in n dimensions. The essence of this booklet is the interaction among the algebraic, the geometric and the analytic elements of the relations.

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