Hi guys, I am totally lost in my class and am not sure about this tutorial. Help please...
Solve the equation : giving your answers in the form of a + jb. Show that there can be only be 8 distinct roots.
Hello, timeforchg!
Where did this problem come from?
Do you have the answers? .Any hints?
Is there a typo?
If the right side is a constant, there are only six roots.
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Consider the fraction: .
Rationalize the denominator: .
The equation becomes: .
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Ugly!