Comments on: Complex Numbers and Quaternions
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By: Quaternions | Equivalent eXchange
https://equivalentexchange.blog/2013/11/29/complex-numbers-and-quaternions/#comment-48529
Fri, 22 Feb 2019 14:50:37 +0000http://equivalentexchange.wordpress.com/?p=1557#comment-48529[…] rotations in 3D space, instead of using matrices. Above is a pitiful diagram (although better than my last one) of the Quaternion units 1, i, j, and k used in the typical representation a + b i + c j + d k. […]
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By: Four Dimensional Space-time | Equivalent eXchange
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Mon, 01 Sep 2014 15:57:12 +0000http://equivalentexchange.wordpress.com/?p=1557#comment-22245[…] easily construct multidimensional spaces. One representation of four dimensional space is by using quaternions, which have four dimensions to the complex numbers’ two. Tuples of real numbers or even […]
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