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    [SOLVED] Polar Form

    Find all complex solutions of the equation e^{2z} = −1, by writing both sides in polar form.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 View Post
    Find all complex solutions of the equation e^{2z} = −1, by writing both sides in polar form.

    Need urgent help thanks
    note that -1 = e^{i(\pi + 2n \pi)}, where n is any integer

    can you finish?
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    I don't know how to do the question at all
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    Quote Originally Posted by ronaldo_07 View Post
    I don't know how to do the question at all
    you have e^{2z} = e^{i( \pi + 2n \pi)}

    you can't finish?
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