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Find the real part of the complex number (i-1)^3 by using De Moivre's formula
My lecture notes is too brief need help !
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Write it in the polar form: .
De Moivre's theorem tells you that, for any arbitrary and integer , we have: .
The real parts occur when .
What do they add up to?
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