Im not sure of this will work but use Moivre´s.
Wright the complex number in polar form and set that to be
Then solve for Z....
Hope it was helpful..
The question i have is "Find the sqaure roots of "
The book gives the answer:
I can see how they get that but I thought you have to plug in k = 0, 1(n-1) and then use the the new arguements given from that to find them.
Which leads my answer to be:
Could anyone clear up my grave error?
Need to devide the argument (pi/6) by 2. has roots, the arguments of the roots are evently spread around a circle.
To find roots of devide the argument by and that gives you pi/12.... the other roots are found by:
where your n can be 1;2