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    solve z^4 - (z+1)^4 = 0

     solve \\z^4 - (z+1)^4 = 0

    something tells me that complex numbers is involved

    thanks
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    Quote Originally Posted by differentiate View Post
     solve \\z^4 - (z+1)^4 = 0

    something tells me that complex numbers is involved

    thanks
    Start by recognising a difference of two squares and factorsing:

    (z^2)^2 - ((z+1)^2)^2 = 0 .
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