# Manuals/calci/ARGSONE

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**ARGSONE (Arguments)**

- is any complex number.

## Description

- This function is showing the arguments of a complex numbers.
- In , is any complex number.
- A complex number z is represented by .
- where is a positive real number called the complex modulus of z, and is a real number called the argument.
- The argument is sometimes also known as the phase or amplitude.
- i.e The angle from the positive axis to the line segment is called the Argument of a complex number.
- So x and y are any real numbers and i is the imaginary value,.
- The argument of a complex number is calculated by in Radians.
- Here it is showing all the arguments values are showing separately like real and imaginary values.

## Examples

1. ARGSONE("6+7i")

6 | + | 7 | i |

2.ARGSONE("5-12i")

5 | - | 1 | 2 | i |

3.ARGSONE("45")

4 | 5 |

4. ARGSONE("-34i")

- | 3 | 4 | i |

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