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We begin our foray into complex dynamics by taking a look at some examples. While we won't dive heavily into the theory just yet, we'll assume that some of the results we learned from real iteration are still applicable. For example, the definitions of fixed points and periodic orbits are still clearly applicable and we'll assume that our classification as attractive, repulsive, or neutral is still applicable. Also, our definition of conjugation and it's consequences were stated at quite a general level. Thus, we'll feel free to conjugate a function to simplify things when convenient.