I need to find the indicated real nth root(s) of a. I myself cannot understand the instructions well, as you guys know my English comprehending skills are not good at all. I have an example problem here. n = 2, a = 100; Would this be ? = 10
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Originally Posted by vaironxxrd I need to find the indicated real nth root(s) of a. I myself cannot understand the instructions well, as you guys know my English comprehending skills are not good at all. I have an example problem here. n = 2, a = 100; Would this be ? = 10 Or -10 .....
Originally Posted by mr fantastic Or -10 ..... or -10 indeed. I got a bit confuse with this other one. Problem:n = 6, a = -1 =
Originally Posted by vaironxxrd or -10 indeed. I got a bit confuse with this other one. Problem:n = 6, a = -1 = There are no real roots. Do you know DeMoivre's Theorem? If not, there is no point in attempting this question. If so, then I suggest you go to your class notes or textbook and review how it is used for problems like this one.
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