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ka'o
cmavo digit/number: imaginary i; square root of -1. See also: kau'o, ka'o'ai, ka'o'ei.
ka'o
Imaginary unit
ka'o zei namcu
zei-lujvo x1 is a complex number Not necessarily strictly imaginary.
li te'o te'a vei ka'o pi'i pai ve'o su'i pa du li no
e^(i × π) + 1 = 0.
li te'o te'a vei ka'o pi'i pai ve'o du li ni'u pa
e^(i × π) = -1.
kai'o
experimental cmavo quaternion i Works like ka'o (as a comma) and is isomorphic to (and might even be considered identical to/equivalent with) it. See also: ka'o, kei'o, koi'o, kau'o.
kei'o
experimental cmavo quaternion j Works like ka'o (as a comma) and is isomorphic to it. See also: ka'o, kai'o, koi'o, kau'o.
koi'o
experimental cmavo quaternion k Works like ka'o (as a comma) and is isomorphic to it. See also: ka'o, kai'o, kei'o, kau'o.
kau'o
experimental cmavo generic algebra unit e_n The structure/space in which it is being considered should be specified. Subscripts are expected. Used for octonions, sedenions, etc. Can also be used for R, C, or H. Works like ka'o (as a comma) and is isomorphic to it. See also: ka'o, kai'o, kei'o, koi'o.
ka'o'ai
experimental cmavo imaginary i (non-comma) This is literally a unit, a pure number that is treated as a scalar; it is what happens when considering C to be a field over C - ordered pairs/tuples for coordinates no longer make much sense. Thus, this number operates exactly as one might think i would/should operate: as a single number, without components. In certain bases, it can be used a pure digit (which simplifies some potential numeric strings, compared to the usage of ka'o therein). See also: ka'o
lujna'u
lujvo x1 is a complex number. pluja namcu. See also xarna'u; tolxarna'u, mrena'u; ka'o
kanro
gismu rafsi: ka'o x1 is healthy/fit/well/in good health by standard x2. See also bilma, mikce.
tolxarna'u
lujvo x1 is a real number. mrena'u is another lujvo for the same meaning. Cf. to'e xanri namcu, mrena'u; xarna'u, lujna'u; ka'o
ka'o'ei
experimental cmavo imaginary i, comma - spherical coordinates: first coordinate gives magnitude (complex modulus/radius) of the number, the second number gives the angle from the positive real axis measured counterclockwise (default: in the primary branch/Arg) as measured in some units (which that number should contain; the contextless default will suppose radians); the angle is not normalized The number (r, x) = r*e^(i x). The angle x is (by default) measured in radians and is not normalized (contains no hidden/inherent multiples of pi). See also: te'o, ka'o.