Use DeMoivre's Theorem to find (sqrt(2)-i)^4 Step by Step, this is a practice problem my professor gave me
Use DeMoivre's Theorem to find (sqrt(2)-i)^4 Step by Step, this is a practice problem my professor gave me
If one vertex of an equilateral triangle is 1+i and centroid is it's origin then other two vertices of triangle are?
1). 4(cos40° + isin40°)/3(cos160°+isin160°) 2).[2/3(cosπ/3+isinπ/3)][9(cosπ/6+isinπ/6])]
Express the result in standard form (√3+i)^5
Use the theorem below to find the indicated roots of the complex number. B. Represent each of the roots graphically. C. Express each of the roots in a standard form...
i need to see the step by step solution please help me
I am having trouble understanding demoivre's theorem. I am not quite grasping the concept. Please help with this homework problem.