I am really not doing well on this question
find all the roots of the polynomial I know there is going to be 5 roots and 2 of them should be -i and +i but i can't figure out the rest?
I think I am confused because you guys are telling me to use polar form to find my complex roots and oh wait light bulb ... So I am looking for my roots which are x intercepts and then they are the a out of a+bi which means i need to somehow expand my z^5 into a polynomial and wind up with imaginary numbers ?
See I live in montreal and the new gov't is cutting education funding and promoting language issues in an attempted to create a new country .... so we end up with phd math students as teachers and if its a low level course they don't really care because they are more interested in the research they are doing ...
But I love it when you answer my questions, more importantly make me try and figure out the answer myself ...
This was a question from last years final so i figured i should at least try and understand it.