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In “rectangular” form the vector’s length and direction are denoted in terms of its horizontal and vertical span, the first number representing the the horizontal (“real”) and the second number (with the “j” prefix) representing the vertical (“imaginary”) dimensions.

The horizontal component is referred to as the real component, since that dimension is compatible with normal, scalar (“real”) numbers. The vertical component is referred to as the imaginary component, since that dimension lies in a different direction, totally alien to the scale of the real numbers. (Figure below )

Vector compass showing real and imaginary axes

The “real” axis of the graph corresponds to the familiar number line we saw earlier: the one with both positive and negative values on it. The “imaginary” axis of the graph corresponds to another number line situated at 90 o to the “real” one. Vectors being two-dimensional things, we must have a two-dimensional “map” upon which to express them, thus the two number lines perpendicular to each other: (Figure below )

Vector compass with real and imaginary (“j”) number lines.

Either method of notation is valid for complex numbers. The primary reason for having two methods of notation is for ease of longhand calculation, rectangular form lending itself to addition and subtraction, and polar form lending itself to multiplication and division. Conversion between the two notational forms involves simple trigonometry. To convert from polar to rectangular, find the real component by multiplying the polar magnitude by the cosine of the angle, and the imaginary component by multiplying the polar magnitude by the sine of the angle. This may be understood more readily by drawing the quantities as sides of a right triangle, the hypotenuse of the triangle representing the vector itself (its length and angle with respect to the horizontal constituting the polar form), the horizontal and vertical sides representing the “real” and “imaginary” rectangular components, respectively: (Figure nike free huarache light purple hair
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Magnitude vector in terms of real (4) and imaginary (j3) components.

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CLEVELAND -- James Schamus makes his directing debut with "Indignation," but he's hardly a newbie in the independent film world.

As a screenwriter and producer, he has collaborated since 1992 with director Ang Lee on films as varied as "Eat Drink Man Woman," "Brokeback Mountain" and "Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon." As the longtime head of Focus Features, he championed the likes of Sofia Coppola, Todd Haynes and Mira Nair.

All of that experience informs his work writing and directing "Indignation," a finely calibrated, if a bit deliberate, adaptation of Philip Roth's 2008 coming-of-age novel.

It is 1951, and Marcus Messner (Logan Lerman) -- one of Roth's many literary alter egos -- is fleeing both the war in Korea and his overbearing Jewish parents in Newark, New Jersey, by heading to Ohio for college.

"Ohio?" says a neighbor, in a tone that suggests Marcus is planning to study with the pope himself at the Vatican. "How will you keep kosher?"

That's the least of Marcus's concerns once he arrives at Winesburg College (Sherwood Anderson reference intended) and discovers that he's one of just 80 Jews on a campus of 1,400, and that his presence will be required at weekly chapel for prayers and Christian teachings.

Before he leaves, his anxious father (Danny Burstein) is already in mourning, wailing, "If anything should happen to you! It's about the tiniest mistake that can happen to you!"

Which states, in blinking neon, the core theme of Roth's novel: Death is going to happen to you, like it or not, and you will make the decisions - or mistakes -- that cause it.

What mistakes does Marcus make at Winesburg? First, he falls for Olivia Hutton (Sarah Gadon), a dazzling, sexually liberated shiksa who turns out to be a deeply troubled girl. Then, he mixes it up in two extended arguments with the pompous Dean Caudwell (Tracy Letts), who admires Marcus's intellectual acumen but wants him to conform to the stultifying culture of Winesburg.

The first of these debates forms the centerpiece of "Indignation," a gambit that works far better in print than on screen. Though both actors handle the heated argument with agility and even a touch of wry humor, it's still 15 minutes of two people talking in an office, and it grows tiresome.

At a crisis point, Marcus's mother (Linda Emond) arrives from Newark on a rescue mission. In one of Roth's signature ironies, though, her meddling is that "tiniest mistake" in a chain of mistakes that lead to disaster.

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