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Figure 4 | Advances in Difference Equations

Figure 4

From: Calculation of vectorial derivatives for functions of a quaternion variable and their properties

Figure 4

Side views where we can observe the remainder term of \(D\log (p)\) according to the respective sizes of x and y using Maple 20 performance. (a) Graph observed perpendicular to the xz plane with \(x = -10\cdots 10\), \(y = 0\cdots 10\). As the absolute value of x increases, the remainder term approaches zero. (b) Graph observed perpendicular to the yz plane with \(x = -20\cdots 20\), \(y = 0\cdots 10\). As the value of y increases, the remainder term gets closer to zero

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