If anyone could explain how the following is done it would be greatly appreciated!
Find all cube roots of -1.
I wish I could do that.
I intend to study Linear Algebra at the very least (I have not yet taken the class. I'm only in Differential equations right now .)
I should probably be in an accelerated math program because my class is too slow for me, but I have neither the time or money to do that.
P.S. Complex Analysis sounds like an awesome subject to learn.
I think Complex Analysis is actually easy. Very similar to Calculus. And much easier than Advanced Calculus (Real Analysis).
Besides you can do some many wonderful things with them. Like evaluate unbelievable integrals and strange infinite summations.
And you can proof the Fundamental Theorem of Algebra in like 3 lines !!!
Somebody should write a book called "Elementary Complex Analysis" (get the pun )