i^{1/2} and z^{1/n and } -9 where z=x+i y
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Originally Posted by szak1592 i^{1/2} and z^{1/n and } -9 where z=x+i y and and ^{ i \pi } " alt="\displaystyle -9 = 9\,e^{ i \pi } " />
Last edited by Prove It; March 20th 2013 at 03:46 AM.
For general with ,
Originally Posted by HallsofIvy For general with , is only if the complex number is in the first quadrant. Otherwise you need to evaluate the angle in the first quadrant and then transform.
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