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 Sin

2D plots along the axes and unit circle

On the real axis

The function along the real axis. is an oscillating periodic function with period .

The absolute value and the argument of along the real axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows . The argument is piecewise constant.

On the real axis at infinity

The function along the real axis. At , the function f=sin(1/x) has an essential singularity and oscillates infinitely often.

The absolute value and the argument of along the real axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows . The argument is piecewise constant.

On the imaginary axes

The real part and the imaginary part of along the imaginary axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows . Along the imaginary axis, is purely imaginary and its absolute value is exponentially increasing.

The absolute value and the argument of along the imaginary axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows . Because is purely imaginary on the imaginary axis, the argument is piecewise constant.

On the imaginary axis at infinity

The function along the imaginary axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows . At , the function has an essential singularity.

The absolute value and the argument of along the imaginary axis. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows .

On the unit circle

The real part and the imaginary part on the unit circle. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows .

The absolute value and the argument on the unit circle. The left graphic shows and the right graphic shows .